MATH_200_200703_exam_2

MATH_200_200703_exam_2 - Exam Two MATH 200 Spring, 2008...

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1 of 9 Exam Two MATH 200 Spring, 2008 Name_______________________________ Section____________ Show all your work on the exam paper, legibly and in detail, to receive full credit. No Calculators. 1a) (15 pts) Find all the first order partial derivatives of the given function. Note: you do not have to simplify your answers.  xz ye w z sin 1b) (5 pts) Describe in words the domain of  2 2 2 25 , , z y x z y x f . page (pts) 1 (20) 2 (20) 3 (15) 5 (15) 6 (15) 7 (15) 8 (5) Total (from 105) score
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2 of 9 2) (20 pts) Find all the second order partial derivatives of the given function. Note: you do not have to simplify your answers.  3 7 8 4 , 5 4 2 y xy x y x f
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3 of 9 3)(15 pts) Given x y y x z 3 3 2 , cos r x , and sin r y , find z and r z when and 2 r .
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5 of 9 5) Using the plots on the previous page, match the function graphs with their level curve plots (3 points each). If you use one of letters A,B,C,D,E more than once, both
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course MATH 200 taught by Professor Kingsberry during the Spring '08 term at Drexel.

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MATH_200_200703_exam_2 - Exam Two MATH 200 Spring, 2008...

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