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    Partial Derivatives

    lim e^f(x,y) Evaluate the limit.
    (x,y)-->(2,5)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link88 View Post
    lim e^f(x,y) Evaluate the limit.
    (x,y)-->(2,5)
    Don't you think the limit would depend upon what f(x,y) is?

    If f(x,y)= 0 for all x, y, the limit is 1.

    If f(x,y)= x for all y, the limit is e^2

    If f(x,y)= y for all x, the limit is e^5.

    I think we need to know what f(x,y) is!
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