Thanks for helping me with the previous Q here is another tahts similarish that id like some help with. Cheers
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If it's similarish, you should have a fair idea of the method. What have you tried?
Originally Posted by Prove It If it's similarish, you should have a fair idea of the method. What have you tried? I can integrate and differentiate all of them values, i need guidance on the process
Originally Posted by Prove It If it's similarish, you should have a fair idea of the method. What have you tried? 2e^(x^2+y^2) + (4x^2)(e^(x^2+y^2)) + (4y^2)(e^(x^2+y^2)) + ysinz thats what i got for part 1, no idea if its right
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