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If f(x, y) = 49 − 7x2 − y2 , find fx(1, 2) and fy(1, 2)...

If f(x, y) = 49 − 7x2 − y2 , find fx(1, 2) and fy(1, 2) and interpret these numbers as slopes. fx(1, 2) = fy(1, 2) =

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