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Handwritten Homework No 6

# Handwritten Homework No 6 - only if the intermediate steps...

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Math 223 - Section 4 - Handwritten Homework Assignment # 6 Monday, October 5, 2009 Due date: Monday, October 19, 2009 (submit immediately before or after class) (1) Solve Exercise 8 in Section 15.1 from the text book (5 th Edition). One point each for the correct critical point(s), correct partial derivatives ( xx f , yy f , xy f ), correct discriminant(s), and correct classification of critical point(s). [Credit will be given
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Unformatted text preview: only if the intermediate steps are complete and correct. No fractional points.] (4 points) (2) Solve Problem 12 in Section 16.1 from the text book (5 th Edition). Justify your answer. [No partial credit.] (4 points) (3) Solve Exercise 10 in Section 16.2 from the text book (5 th Edition). [No partial credit.] (4 points) (4) Solve Exercise 2 in Section 16.3 from the text book (5 th Edition). (4 points)...
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