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# quiz6solutions - Math 241 Quiz 6 Name 0 Read problems...

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Unformatted text preview: Math 241. Quiz 6. 3/4/09. Name: 0 Read problems carefully. Show all work. c There are 15 points total. 1. §14.3, #79 a (7 points): Given f (:12, y) = 3:33;? - 21:23; + :17, ﬁnd fmy. fx = 3xgyg-4‘xy +1 f“ = (axyf—‘f’y' {my .~.- goxy‘t 2. §14.5, #21: Suppose that \$23] , m=(uv)”2, y=1/v. 2:6 8:: (a) (5 points): Use an appmpriate form of the chain rule to compute Your answer should be in one or both of the variables u and 1). an Simplify your answer as much as possible! J? E 4‘?- 23. s 21.226. x Y 1 222 3A i1 l 9 1 Kay 0* V) '7 3‘“/\ dV 4 :2, -RK>/=Q QUAV) v V 2 x U. . “ L4 3 Q Q (A) 1/ ..l . '4 O x ‘6 L (A 4, 1. J.) “" = V "a. ’ ’3' u ’3 v. , u l ‘4 ‘4 #723; a .ZQA)4._1(M- :e. d 7 a V 2. M (b) (3 points): If you want to compute Q, what form of the chain rule should you use? 6v (1 am only asking you to write down the rule, not to apply it.) ...
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