   Chapter 14.1, Problem 33E

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Textbook Problem

A contour map for a function f is shown. Use it to estimate the values of f(−3, 3) and f(3, −2). What can you say about the shape of the graph? To determine

To estimate: The values of f(3,3) and f(3,2) from the given contour map of the function f.

Explanation

It is observed from the given contour map that the point (−3, 3) lies between the level curves of z values 50 and 60.

Thus, it can be concluded that the value of f(3,3)56

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