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Consider the function f(x, y) = 3 -
using each given vector v.
Find D.,f(5, 5), where u =
v i
(a)
Duf(5, 5) =
v = -3i 4j
(b)
Duf(5, 5)
(c) v is the vector from (1, 2) to (-2, 6)
Duf(5, 5)
(d) v is the vector from (3, 2) to (4, 5)
Duf(5, 5)
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х _ у Consider the function f(x, y) = 3 - using each given vector v. Find D.,f(5, 5), where u = v i (a) Duf(5, 5) = v = -3i 4j (b) Duf(5, 5) (c) v is the vector from (1, 2) to (-2, 6) Duf(5, 5) (d) v is the vector from (3, 2) to (4, 5) Duf(5, 5)

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f(x. y)=3 3 2

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Finding the directional derivative...

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D.f(x.y)= (.) Drf(x,y) f(x, y)a+f, (x, y) b ...1) --(1)

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