### Partial derivative

See attachment Compute the first partial derivatives of the function: W = 4x^3 y^2 - 3xyz + 7yz^2

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See attachment Compute the first partial derivatives of the function: W = 4x^3 y^2 - 3xyz + 7yz^2

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Each function f is homogeneous of degree n, that is f satisfies the equation f(tx,ty)= t^n f(x,y) for all t, where n is a positive integer and f has continuous second-order partial derivatives. Verify that f satisfies the given equation see attached page for equation

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F(x,y,z)= x^5 + (x^4)(y^4)(z^3) + yz^2; f(xyz)

1.)z= f(x)g(y) 2.)z= f(xy) 3.)z= f(ax + by)

1.) g(x,y)= ln(x + ln(y))

1.)f(x,y)= sin(y-x); df/dx(3,3) 2.)z= (x^3 + y^3)/(x^2 + y^2); dz/dx, dz/dy 3.)xyz= cos(x + y + z); dz/dx, dz/dy

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See attached A parachutist falling to earth is subject to two forces...