Question

Find an equation of the tangent plane to the surface
z=−3x^{2}−1y^{2}−2x+1y−1 at the point (4, 2,
-59).

z=________

Answer #1

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1, (3, −1, 25)
Answer as z=

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the specified point.
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9, (2, −2, 15)

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