Using Four or More Variables 
Using Four or More Variables
by GMath / Donny Lee
Video Lecture 2 of 7
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Date Added: July 21, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lesson, Calculus Instructor Donny Lee teaches about quick clarification on variables. When only three variables x, y, z are involved, the notation for partial derivatives is self-explanatory: x and y are independent, and we differentiate holding one of them fixed.

With four or more variables, we need to be careful in specifying which are the independent variables. u = h(x, y, v) and u = f(x, y); v = g(x, y) mean two different things.

Course Index

Course Description

In this course, Calculus Instructor Donny Lee gives 7 video lessons on Advanced Differential Calculus. Some of the topics covered are: Partial Derivatives, delta(z) and dz, Total Differential and Fundamental Lemma.

Tags: Math, Math Calculus


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