x = acos(uv)
y = bsin(vw)
z = xexp(-uw)
(ii) Simplify the equation: see attached
using the change of variables: see attached
2. Find the Jacobian Jpar of the coordinates transformation for the parabolic coordinates:
Draw the (schematic) picture of the grid for the parabolic coordinates (that is, the set of lines of constant values for u and v
3. Evaluate the following integrals:
(i) see attached
(ii) see attached
In each case sketch the domain of integration!
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The solution assists with finding the total derivative for the given change of variables.