A function is called homogeneous of degree n if . For example, is homogeneous of degree 2 since

Euler's theorem on homogeneous functions says that if is homogeneous of degree n, then

Prove this theorem.

Can someone just get me started?

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- October 15th 2009, 04:33 PMArythPartial Differentiation
A function is called homogeneous of degree n if . For example, is homogeneous of degree 2 since

Euler's theorem on homogeneous functions says that if is homogeneous of degree n, then

Prove this theorem.

Can someone just get me started?

- October 15th 2009, 11:40 PMOpalg