Don't know how to do this. Please help!! Find gradient vector of f(x,y).
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Hello, The gradient vector of a function is defined as following : For example, is the derivative of f, considering that x is the variable and y is a constant.
This is what I just worked out ( 2y/(x-y)^2 , -2y/(x-y)^2 ), not sure if that's the answer? Please help!
Originally Posted by Moo Originally Posted by 4sweet2005 This is what I just worked out ( 2y/(x-y)^2 , -2y/(x-y)^2 ), not sure if that's the answer? Please help! Try your y derivative again. -Dan
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