# Find the gradient of f(x,y). f(x,y)=(x^2)e^-2y

Here's the problem. Find the gradient of f(x,y). f(x,y)=(x^2)e^-2y.

I don't have the solution to this and I need to know if I got the right gradient (I have more problems that depend on this gradient, points on it). I ended up getting, gradient f=<2xe^-2y, 2x-2e^-2y>. I don't think it's right, but can someone help me out here?

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No.
fx(x,y)=(2x)e-2y
fy(x,y)=(-2*2x)e-2y

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