This was confusing me so any help would be appreciated! For each of the following partial derivatives, give a possible F(x,y). 1) derivative with respect to y = x^2 divided by y 2) derivative with respect to y = xe raised to the xy
Last edited by clockingly; March 15th 2007 at 05:24 PM.
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Originally Posted by clockingly This was confusing me so any help would be appreciated! For each of the following partial derivatives, give a possible F(x,y). 1) x^2 divided by y 2) xe raised to the xy Is this the entire question?
Originally Posted by frenzy Is this the entire question? Ahhh sorry. Forgot to include 1) the derivative with respect to y = x^2 divided by y 2) the derivative with respect to y = xe^xy I'll edit that first post.
Originally Posted by clockingly Ahhh sorry. Forgot to include 1) the derivative with respect to y = x^2 divided by y 2) the derivative with respect to y = xe^xy if d/dy F(x,y)=x^2/y then F(x,y) could be x^2*ln(y) or x^2*ln(y)+sin(x^234)*e^(x^1/5) or x^2*ln(y)+g(x) where g(x) does not depend on y there are others Or is there...hmmm.
Last edited by frenzy; March 15th 2007 at 05:37 PM. Reason: just wanted the last sentence
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