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f( x(1), ......, x(n) ) = sum (i=1) sin(x(i)^2) x(i)

does anybody knows how to solve this pls

does anybody knows how to solve this pls

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f( x(1), ......, x(n) ) = sum (i=1) sin(x(i)^2) x(i)

does anybody knows how to solve this pls

does anybody knows how to solve this pls

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teng125 said:f( x(1), ......, x(n) ) = sum (i=1) sin(x(i)^2) x(i)

does anybody knows how to solve this pls

What is this exactly? And what does this have to do with partial derivatives?

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should i write this eqn like this??

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You just have a function f, given by the prescription:

[tex]f(x_{1},\cdots{x}_{n})=\sum_{i=1}^{n}x_{i}\sin(x_{i}^{2})[/tex]

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It isn't an equation, it is a definition of the function f.

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okok......thanx

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so should i write this eqn like this??

for quasar987

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Secondly, try to formulate IN YOUR OWN WORDS what you are supposed to do with this function! (This, you have failed to do so far)

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Can you find the derivative of f(x) = xsin(x²) ?

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i think can by using u'v + vu' formula rite??

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No, no, no. Another wrong answer. It's uv'. Repeat after me: (uv)' = u'v + uv', (uv)' = u'v + uv'.teng125 said:i think can by using u'v +vu'formula rite??

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