Find both first partial derivatives. h(x, y) = e^(-(x2+y2))

fortdefruitI 2020-10-27 Answered
Find both first partial derivatives. h(x,y)=e(x2+y2)
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Benedict
Answered 2020-10-28 Author has 108 answers
Step 1
The given function is h(x,y)=e(x2+y2).
To find the partial derivatives.
Solution:
The given function is h(x,y)=e(x2+y2).
Now differentiate partially above function with respect to x,
hx=e(x2+y2)×(2x)
=2xe(x2+y2)
Step 2
Now differentiate partially above function with respect to y,
hx=e(x2+y2)×(2y)
=2ye(x2+y2)
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