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What will be the magnitude of the gradient of the function *f(x,y,z)=x ^{3}+y^{2}+z^{4}*at the point M(1,1,1)?

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Step 1

In Cartesian coordinate, the gradient of any function *f(x,y,z)* is expressed as

Step 2

In this case, the expression of the function *f(x,y,z)* is given as

Step 3

So, using equation (1), the gradient ...

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