Question

Suppose that over a certain region of space the electrical
potential *V* is given by the following equation.

* V*(

(a) Find the rate of change of the potential at *P*(4, 6,
4) in the direction of the vector **v** =
**i** + **j** − **k**.

(b) In which direction does *V* change most rapidly at
*P*?

(c) What is the maximum rate of change at *P*?

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