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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Originally Posted by Aryth 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? Differentiate both sides of the equation with respect to t, using the chain rule. Then put t=1.
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