I am given that we are to let F(u,v) be a function of two variables. I am asked to find f' (x) for; f(x) = F(x,3) and f(x) = F(x,x) I have not a single idea on what I am suppose to do. Can someone tell me? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Frostking I am given that we are to let F(u,v) be a function of two variables. I am asked to find f' (x) for; f(x) = F(x,3) and f(x) = F(x,x) I have not a single idea on what I am suppose to do. Can someone tell me? Thanks! In the first one it , (you just substituted in for v), the second . Here's an example. Consider the function so and
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