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Section 11.6
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GRAHAM JONATHAN TIMOTHY
MA 242, section 013, Fall 2005
Instructor: Frank Ingram
North Carolina State University
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Due:
Friday, September 30, 2005 11:04 PM EDT
Current Score:
29.25 out of 29.25
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Directional
Derivatives
and the
Gradient
Vector
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1.
[SCalcCC2 11.6.04.] Find the directional derivative of
f
at the given point in the
direction indicated by the angle
.
f
(
x
,
y
) = sin(
x
+ 2
y
)
(4, 2)
= 3
/4
.707
[0.707]
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[SCalcCC2 11.6.14.] Find the directional derivative of the function at the given point
in the direction of the vector
v
.
f
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