Posted by **mark** on Sunday, October 5, 2008 at 3:52pm.

Let Z = f(u,v) where u=xy^3 + e^3 and v = (x^2)y.

Obtain expressions for Zx and Zy in terms of fu and fv.

I don't understand the "in terms of" part. How do I do this question? thank you

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