Prafull kumar mehta Mehta Asked a Question
August 11, 2020 12:18 pmpts 30 pts
9. Let f:R° >R be defined by Tla,y)=+ y f a,y) a (0,0), 0 if (x,y) = (0,0). Which of the following statements holds regarding the continuity and the existence of partial derivatives of f at (0,0)? (A) Both partial derivatives of f exist at (0,0) and f is continuous at (0,0) 5 (B) Both partial derivatives of f exist at (0,0) and f is NOT continuous at (0,0) (C)One partial derivative of f does NOT exist at (0,0) and f is continuous at (0,0) (D) One partial derivative of f does NOT exist at (0,0) and f is NOT continuous at (0,0)
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  • Pranav kumar Best Answer
    see the attachment.
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    Any doubts then ask.
  • Pranav kumar thankyou
    Option b is correct.
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