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    Consider the function f(x,y,z)= e^xy cos(x+z). What is the directional derivative for f at the point P(0, -pie/6, pie/3) in the direction u parallel to i - j + 2k

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    Consider the function f(x, y, z) = exycos(x + z). What is the directional derivative for f at the point
    P(0, - /6,  /3) in the direction u parallel to i - j + 2k?
    grad f =
    =
    Unit vector
    The directional derivative for f at the point in the direction of u =

    At x = 0, y = -/6, z = 
    Directional derivative =

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