Multivariable Function Discriminant In finding the extrema of a multivariable function f(x,y), the discriminant at point (a,b) is calculated as Fxx(a,b)*Fyy(a,b)-Fxy(a,b)^2. Enter with parameters discrimi(f,a,b) to find the value of this discriminant. mvcalc.zip: 7k: 00-05-04: MultiVariable Calculus everything you need for multi-variable calculus

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Front Matter 1 Review: Calculus I & II 2 Vectors 3 Review: Conic Sections 4 Parametric Equations 5 Polar and New Coordinate Systems 6 Functions 7 Derivatives 8 Motion 9 Line Integrals 10 Optimization 11 Double Integrals 12 Surface Integrals 13 Triple Integrals Back Matter