MATH 3470 -203
Lab 9 Local Linearity & The Differential
In this lab, we will use MATLAB graphics and computation to demonstrate linearization of functions
of two variables.
Part 1 The Tangent Plane Approximation Formula
Consider the function of two variab
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from the initial to final diameters shown. Do the electric elds
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Lab 5 Graphs of Functions
Question: What is the meaning of the number 5 in the 3rd column of the 2nd row? Be specific and
refer to x and y.
Answer: It is the result of x=3, y=2
f(x,y) = 2x + 3y 3
f(x,y) = x2 y2
f ( x, y)
Lab 3 Vectors
In this lab, we will use MATLAB to illustrate vectors as well as vector operations (addition,
subtraction, scalar multiplication and dot product).
Part 1 Vectors
Two features about vectors we wish to highlight are:
a. A vector is r
Lab 7 Partial Derivatives
In this lab, we will use MATLAB graphics to understand the geometrical meaning of partial
derivatives. Before starting on the lab, make sure you download the m-files dqx.m, dqy.m, xslice.m,
and yslice.m from the website
Lab 6 Contour Plots
In this lab, we will use Matlab to demonstrate how contours are related to graphs of functions of two
Part 0 Functions of Two Variables
Before starting in on contours, we will present a new way to work with functio
Lab 4 Vectors Again
1.3 Example: Finding the equation of a specific plane from the general formula
Find the formula of the plane passing through the point P(1, 2, 3) perpendicular to the vector
= -i + j + 2k.
The solution can be fou
Lab 2 Three Dimensional Space
Part 1 Coordinate Axes
Question: Can you identify the x- y- and z- intervals pictured in the plot?
-2 < x < 2; -2 < y < 2 ; -2 < z < 2
Question: What would you type to get MATLAB to ret
Lab 8 Lagrange Multipliers for Constrained Maxima & Minima
Part 1 Minimum & Maximum Values
From Calculus I, you know that a continuous function on a closed interval [a, b] attains a maximum
and minimum value somewhere in that interval
Lab 9 Functions of 3 Variables
Part 1 How to Visualize a Function of Three Variables
A function of three variables can be defined in MATLAB in a manner extending from two to three
variables. However, we will see that it is often helpful to reduc
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