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Directional Derivative – Calculating Derivative in normal direction – Exercise 4305

Exercise

Calculate the directional derivative of the function

z=\ln(x^2+y^2)

At the point (-4,3) and in the normal direction to the altitude line passing through the point.

Final Answer


0.4

Solution

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