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Unformatted text preview: {D 6. (10 points) Use the chain rule to find f8 and ft, if f(m,y) = 2733f, and x = 8% + 1 and y = tzs + 3. 703—— w “lag awe/as : 511T.(28t) x Qyj’ng‘il 3(S‘t *Ithsvaijgt) + MUS *3X81bl 33.451 W R = “My“ ')1(t’5*‘3)1+ thCt‘s r3Xs%rl)3 km“ W... «m W. w... Mme-WWW ft : aw“ + qu‘éy/M : 3,3661 0(‘31‘) ‘- llfi’fl) _ 21:8 ...
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