MAT 211- Lecture 3
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MAT 211 Lecture 3 Section 15.1 (Cont.) Position of Two Planes in the xyz plane can: be parallel OR intersect in a line (called a line of intersection) Ex.: At which line the plane z= 3x2y+6 and the yz coordinate plane intersect? yz coordinate plane> x=0 z= 2y+6 Ex.: At which line the plane z= 3x2y+6 and the xz coordinate plane intersect? xz coordinate plane> y=0 z= 3x+6 Ex.: At which line the plane z= 3x2y+6 and the xy coordinate plane intersect? xy coordinate plane> z=0 z= 3x2y+6 Ex.: Homework Problem #13.) z= f(x,y)= 13x+2y xint.: y=0, z=0 0= 13 x= ⅓ (⅓,0,0) yint. z=0, x=0 0= 1+2y y= ½ (0,½,0) zint. x=0, y=0 z= 1 (0,0,1) 2 2 2 2 Ex.: z= f(x,y)= x+yFind the graph of the function z= x +y. a.) At which curve the surface z= f(x,y)= x2+y and the xz coordinate plane intersect? y=0 z=x+y 2 z=x>curve of intersection 2 2 b.) At which curve the surface z= x +y and yz coordinate plane intersect? x=0 2 2 z= x+y z= y> curve of intersecti (creates a paraboloid) Ex.: At which curve the surface z= x2+y and the plane z=y intersect? z= 4 z= x+y 2 2 4= x+y>circle 2 2 Ex.: f(x,y)=√ 1 − (x + y ) zint: x=0 & y=0 z= 1 − (x + y √ z= 1 =− 1 z= 1 (x+y) 2 2 2 x+y+z= 1 sphere radius= 1 center= (0,0,0) z= √1 − (x + y ) lower semisphere 15.2 Partial Derivative of z= f(x, with respect to x is the derivative of z= f(x,y) with respect to x. When y coordinate is fixed, Notation: sigma f/ sigma x (or fx) rate of change of z with respect to x when y is fixed
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