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Did you mean for to be the unit vector in the direction of ? If so, you are incorrect. is already a unit vector.
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Did you mean for to be the unit vector in the direction of ? If so, you are incorrect. is already a unit vector. thats what I thought but the question says to find the directional derivative in the direction of a unit vector parallel to the given v
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