Find the largest interval in which p* must lie to approximate p with relative error at most 10-4 for each value of p. a. 7i b. e c. j2 d. yi
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MAT 211 Lecture 4 Partial & Second Partial Derivatives Partial Derivative Notation: 2 2 Ex.: z= f(x,y)= x+yparaboloid with respect to x (2,1) y=1 is fixed (plane parallel to xy coordinate plane) curve of intersection of y= 1 2 2 z= x+y z= x+1 in the y=1 plane x(2,1)= slope of the tangent line to the curve z= x2+1 2 2 z= x+ y fz/ fx = 2x+0 > fz/fx (2,1)= 4 SecondOrder Partial Derivative
Textbook: Numerical Analysis
Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
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