Consider the following functions : and .

1)Find the Jacobian of in .

2)Find and .

My attempt :

1) . And the Jacobian is . Is it right?

2) . But I'm stuck on how to find for example. Any idea?

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- July 26th 2009, 10:22 PMarbolisJacobian of a composed function+chain rule
Consider the following functions : and .

1)Find the Jacobian of in .

2)Find and .

My attempt :

1) . And the Jacobian is . Is it right?

2) . But I'm stuck on how to find for example. Any idea? - July 27th 2009, 12:29 AMMoo
Hello,

For question 2), what I don't see is how w and u can be related, as they're just dummy variables (that is to say : their name is not important) (Surprised) - July 27th 2009, 10:37 AMarbolis