extremum points of function of several variables
The points where a function of two or more real variables attains its extremum values are found in the set containing the points where all first order partial derivatives vanish, the points where one or more of those derivatives does not exist, and the points where the function itself is discontinuous.
Example 2. Also the function from to has a (global) minimum in , where neither of its partial derivatives and exist.
Example 3. The function from to has an absolute minimum point , since , , and for all .
|Title||extremum points of function of several variables|
|Date of creation||2013-03-22 17:23:57|
|Last modified on||2013-03-22 17:23:57|
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