Multivariable Calculus
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Find the linearization L(x,y)of the function f(x,y) at P_0. Then find an upper bound for the magnitude E of the error in the approximation f(x,y)=L(x,y) over the rectangle R.
f(x,y) = (1/2)x^2 + xy + (1/4)y^2 + 3x  3y + 4 at P_0(2,2),R:x2<=0.1, y2<= 0.1
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