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(1 point) ry Suppose y- f(x, y)- sin(x) of 1)--DNE help (formulas) 2) Since the function f(x, y) is not continuous at the point (0, 0), the partial derivativedoes not exist and is not continuous at and near the point (0, 0), the solution to y- f(x, y) òy does not exist near the point (0, 0) Note: You can earn partial credit on this problem.
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