Finding derivatives of a multivariable function means we’re going to take the derivative with respect to one variable at a time. For example, we’ll take the derivative with respect to x while we treat y as a constant, then we’ll take another derivative of the original function, this one with respect to y while we treat x as a constant.

Read MoreIf two planes intersect each other, the curve of intersection will always be a line. To find the symmetric equations that represent that intersection line, you’ll need the cross product of the normal vectors of the two planes, as well as a point on the line of intersection.

Read MorePartial derivatives are just like regular derivatives, but for multivariable functions.

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