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#1 2010-06-12 19:36:35

GOKILL
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Multivariable Calculus - Chain Rules

Suppose

.
Prove that
will convert into
.


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#2 2010-06-15 08:32:17

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Re: Multivariable Calculus - Chain Rules

Hello, nice to meet you. I'm for the first time on this forum.

It was late, in fact the answer is no from the onset, because of unit incohence. (this I saw afterwards).

But I did the calculation
Since a long time that I haven't made this calculation, I did like :




then I squared the operators :





which gave :


It's not the same, but I don't know if an error went inside..sorry.

It was nice to meet you, but this failed. Bye.

Last edited by jk22 (2010-06-15 21:13:36)

 

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