Section 13.8ppt - values yield either a relative maximum or...

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Section 13.8 Extrema of Functions of Two Variables
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Peaks and Valleys
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Definition of Relative Extrema and Figure 13.64
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Theorem 13.16 Relative Extrema Occur Only at Critical Points
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As in single variable calculus, not all critical values yield extrema
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To help us determine which critical
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Unformatted text preview: values yield either a relative maximum or a relative minimum, we use the 2 nd Partials Test. Example: 1) Examine the functions for relative extrema. ( 29 2 ) , ( 4 4 10 6 ) , ( 3 1 2 2 2 2 + + = +-+ + = y x y x h y y xy x y x f...
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Section 13.8ppt - values yield either a relative maximum or...

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