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Consider the function f ( x , y ) = ( e^ x − 2 x ) sin ( y ) . Suppose S is the surface z = f ( x , y ) . Supposev⃗ =3i⃗ +3j⃗ +ak⃗ is a vector in
Hi, I would like to get your help once again. This is assignment 5. I will post assignment 6 soon. Once again I would appreciate details, like thought process
Could you please help me to form LPs for this question? Thank you
I need help with this math discussion question. Responses to B,C, D can be answered with information shaded in pink. thank you
find both the biggest and smallest values that the function f (x, y) achieves within the region R. f(x,y) = 3x+3y; R is the set of points (x,y) such that both
Write the following equation in rectangular form and sketch the curve: r= 1/(1sin(θ)
Sorry, I know it's late. but if you don't mind, giving this question a go?
please help me with that questions... please find the attachment for the question
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