Chain Rule and Directional derivative
Chain Rule and Directional derivative MATH 2232 Multi Variable Calculus
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Chain Rule and Directional Derivative dZdt dX dz dt dX dy dz dt dy O can use this formula or simply substitute in X and y and solve fort 0 Dir Derivative O notation D sub u then fXy Dsub ufXy the direction derivative of f at X y in the direction of uquot 0 interpretation rate at which f increases at X y in the direction u if you look in the direction lt1 0gt u lt1 Ogt that equals the partial derivative With respect to X 0 Computation D sub ltabgt of f adfdX bdfdy assumes that f has partial derivatives and is differentiable
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