Could someone kindly walk me through this please?

Explain why g(u, v) = sin (uv + u^2) is differentiable at the point (sqrt(60), 0). Then find the linearization of g(u, v) at (sqrt(60), 0).

Thank you.

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- November 17th 2010, 01:35 PMalnyDifferentials, Linearization (Multivar Calculus)
Could someone kindly walk me through this please?

Explain why g(u, v) = sin (uv + u^2) is differentiable at the point (sqrt(60), 0). Then find the linearization of g(u, v) at (sqrt(60), 0).

Thank you.