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    partial differentiation

    I am confuse. Please help.

    Given w=sin xy + y ln xz + z, x=et and y =t2. Use the method of partial differentiation to find dw/dt.




    * Please show me the right solution for this so that i can compare it to my work. i am doubtful for my solution.
    If f(x,y,z)=xyz +x2 + ln(y/z), prove that fxyzx = fzxxy.
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    Re: partial differentiation

    No, show us your work so that we can comment on it. And, it would help if you gave the whole problem. Since w is a function of x, y, and z, you cannot find dw/dt without knowing z as a function of t.
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