(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Anyone have time to check my Jacobian for this transformation!?

[tex]x = e^{u-v}[/tex] [tex]y = e^{u+v}[/tex] [tex]z = e^{u+v+w}[/tex]

I ended up getting the Jacobian as ZERO.

This is why Im doubting myself--- it seems wrong! What do you guys get?

Thanks for you help.

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# Anyone have time to check my Jacobian for this transformation?

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