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Solved: Repeat Exercise 3(a) and (b) using the extrapolation discussed in Example 2

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Problem 6

Repeat Exercise 3(a) and (b) using the extrapolation discussed in Example 2.

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MA 16020 Class Notes 10/13/17 Week8 Lectures 18 & 19- Introduction to functions with multiple variables and Partial Derivatives In these cases, x and y are the independent variables and z, or f(x,y), is the dependent variable When calculating the domain of f(x,y), you are basically seeing where all of the possible z points can be on the 3D plane of the graph.

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Textbook: Numerical Analysis
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Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
ISBN: 9781305253667

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Solved: Repeat Exercise 3(a) and (b) using the extrapolation discussed in Example 2