I have the partial derivatives:
fx(x,y)=(2y^2-2xy-x^2+6)/(x^2+2y^2+6)^2
fy(x,y)=(-2y^2-4xy+x^2+6)/(x^2+2y^2+6)^2
Now, for a stationary point, both these equations are equal to zero.
I then have to solve these simultaneously to find values for x, which will in turn give me values for...
Homework Statement
For:
f(x,y)=(x+y)/(x^2+2y^2+6)
Find the stationary points of f
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The Attempt at a Solution
To find a stationary point the first partial derivative must equal zero, correct?
I've found the first partial derivatives using the quotient...
My sheet's telling me it should be u=x+y, v=xy, but let's just say it's u=xy and v=x+y for the hell of it. How would you go about solving this problem now?
You're right. It should be u=x+y
This still doesn't help me though. I may be wrong, but I've got:
dz/dx=dz/du.du/dx+dz/dv.dv/dx
dz/dy=dz/du.du/dy+dz/dv.dv/dy
as my partial fractions. But how do I get my dz/du and dz/dv when I have z=f(u,v) and not, for example, z=f(u,v)=2u+3v^2 - I'm...
Homework Statement
For:
z(x,y)=(x^2)y-3y
Find \Deltaz and dz when x=4, y=3, \Deltax=-0.01, \Deltay=0.02
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The Attempt at a Solution
I got the partial derivatives:
df/dx=2xy, and df/dy=x^2-3
and solved dz=0.02
However, I don't know how to find \Deltaz
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Since both my questions are on the same topic, i'll throw them both in here
1. Find dz/dt for z=(x^2)(t^2), x^2+3xt+2t^2=1
2. Show that if u=xy, v=xy and z=f(u,v) then:
x.dz/dx-y.dz/dy=(x-y)dz/dv
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The Attempt at a Solution
1. I only...
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Use the ratio test to determine convergence or divergence of 100n/2^n
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p= lim┬(n→∞)[a_(n+1)/a_n]
p<1 ,convergent
p>1 ,divergent
p=1 ,ratio test fails
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm not even sure if I'm doing this right, but i get...
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Use integration by parts to find:
y=... if dy=arcsinh(x) dx
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int(v.du)=uv-int(u.dv)
The Attempt at a Solution
I understand how to perform integration by parts. My problem here is, what are my 'v' and 'du'?
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Given the trigonometric identity cos(x+y)... use Osborn's rule to write down the corresponding identity for cosh(x+y)... Use the definitionis of the hyperbolic functions to prove this identity
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The Attempt at a Solution
I can use Osborns rule...
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Obtain the eigenvalues and corrosponding eigenvectors for the matrix: [2,2,1;1,3,1;1,2,2]
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The Attempt at a Solution
I can solve for the eigenvalues, 5, 1, and 1
I can solve the eigenvalue 5 for the eigenvector B[1;1;1]
Yet somehow, the...
So, you're telling me that I need to solve y in terms of x from that (very nice) matrix set up, then I can sub in ANY number for x that I want to get my eigenvector and have the right answer? Wouldn't this result in an infinite number of correct eigenvectors? Actually, don't worry about that, I...
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Find the eigenvalues and correspointing eigenvectors of the matrix:
[1,1;1,1]
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The Attempt at a Solution
I can solve the determinant to get the eigenvalues: e1=2, e2=0, and from here I am supposed to sub these values back into my matrix...
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Find the line ... . Show that it is perpendicular to the plane A and find the angle that the line makes with the plane B
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The Attempt at a Solution
I've found the line, but how do I go about showing it's perpendicular and finding the angle?