what a gradient of 1 in 14 means, in terms of vertical and horizontal distances?
what a gradient of 1 in 14 means, in terms of vertical and horizontal distances?
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1. (b,3)(4, -1);gradient =2 ...
Consider the function S(H, T, V)=(V+10)e^(-1/H)+(T-80)^2+V^3. What is the gradient of the function S(H, T, V) at the point (1, 81, 3)?
Find the gradient of f(x, y)=2e^4x/y-2x at (2, -1). Answer: <-8e^-8-2, -16e^-8> Step by step, I really don't know this completely.