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    This question relates to a section that deals with basic vector calculus and introduces partial derivatives. Here is the question:

    Consider the scalar field (pressure field) given by f(x,y,)=9x^2 +4y^2.

    Q: Find the isobars (curves of constant pressure) and sketch some of them.

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    Consider the scalar field (pressure field) given by the function f(x,y)=9x2 + 4y2

    Q: Find the isobars (curves of constant pressure) and sketch some of them.

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    This solution explains how to sketch some isobars for a given scalar field.

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