 4.1: If u = x2/(x2 + y2), find u/x, u/y.
 4.2: If s = t u, find s/t, s/u.
 4.3: If z = ln u2 + v2 + w2, find z/u, z/v, z/w.
 4.4: For w = x3 y3 2xy + 6, find 2w/x2 and 2w/y2 at the points where w/x...
 4.5: For w = 8x4 + y4 2xy2, find 2w/x2 and 2w/y2 at the points where w/x...
 4.6: For u = ex cos y,
 4.7: z x y
 4.8: z x r
 4.9: z x
 4.10: z y x
 4.11: z y r
 4.12: z y
 4.13: z x
 4.14: z y
 4.15: z r
 4.16: z r
 4.17: z r x
 4.18: z r y
 4.19: 2z r y
 4.20: 2z x
 4.21: 2z y
 4.22: 2z r x
 4.23: 2z r
 4.24: 2z xy
 4.25: The formulas of this problem are useful in thermodynamics. (a) Give...
 4.26: Given f(x, y, z) = 0 and g(x, y, z) = 0, find a formula for dy/dx.
 4.27: Given u(x, y) and y(x, z), show that u x z = u x y + u y x y x z
 4.28: Given s(v, T ) and v(p, T), we define cp = T(s/T)p, cv = T(s/T)v. (...
 4.29: The time dependent temperature at a point of a long bar is given by...
 4.30: Evaluate d2 dx2 Z x 0 Z x 0 f(s, t) ds dt.
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Celsius degree

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Fahrenheit degree