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May 20, 2020 6:09 ampts 30 pts
EXPLAIN THE STATEMENT OF THIS THEOREM. VIT.e., grad t iS normal to the surtace f(X, y, Z) = C. vect Theorem lf n be a unit vector normal to the level surface f(x, y, z) = c at a point P in th direction of f increasing andn be the distance of P from a fixed point A in the direction of n, then. df grad f= dn Proof Rv thac
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    The gradient of a function is normal to the level sets because it is defined that way. The gradient of a function is not the natural derivative. When you have a function, f, define...
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    see this.
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    Rajat jain
    I don't understand anything