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**Chocolatelover2** Hello everyone,

Could you please tell me if this is correct?

FInd the directional derivative using f(x, y, z)=xy+z^2 as you leave the point (1,1,0) heading in the direction of the point (0,1,1)

u=-i+0j+1k

fx=y (0,1.1)--> 1

fy=x --> 1

fz=2z-->0

u=v/magnitude= -i+1k/square root (-1^2+1^2)= -1i+k/square root (2)

directional derivative=i+j(-1/square root of 2i+1/square root of 2k)

(i+j)(-1/square root 2i+1/square root of 2k)

gradient (1,0,0)=i+j+0k

direction derivative= gradient(u)

Thank you very much