Question

*f*(*x, y, z*) =
*xe*^{4yz}, *P*(1, 0, 3),
**u** = <2/3, -1/3, 2/3>

(a) Find the gradient of *f*.

∇*f*(*x, y, z*) =
< , , >

(b) Evaluate the gradient at the point *P*.

∇*f*(1, 0, 3) = < , ,
>

(c) Find the rate of change of *f* at *P* in the
direction of the vector **u**.

*D*_{u}*f*(1, 0, 3) =

Answer #1

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