Let f(x,y)= (x^2)(y^3) - 3x^2 + 2y^(3/2) + 2xy . Find: a) f(1,4) b) f (1,4) x c) f xy d) f (2,4) yy Thanks.
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You REALLY can't do the first one? That's an Algebra I problem. Use your best Implicit Differentiation skills and produce $\displaystyle f_{x}$. Once you show that correctly, we can move on without feeling like we're doing your homework for you.
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