Second Order Partial Derivatives
Keywords:Lagrange's theorem, Function of two variables, Function of one variable, Partial derivatives
The rules for calculating partial derivatives and differentials are the same as for calculating the derivative of a function of one variable, except that when finding partial derivatives per one variable, the other variables are considered as constants
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