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please finish mid and hw 3.

here are some handouts.

Math 127C, Summer Session I, 2020

Midterm

July 10, 2020

Write complete solutions to each of the following problems. If possible, write your

solutions on a copy of this template. Otherwise, please write your solutions by hand

with a separate page for each problem and with the problem statement written at the

top of each page. You may use your notes, the textbook, and all course materials

posted to Canvas, including the lectures. However, collaboration on exams is not

allowed: please do not seek outside help or ask mathematical questions about the

exam on Piazza. Each problem is worth 10 points, for a total of 50 points.

1. Let d : R × R → R be defined to be

d(x, y) = | arctan(x) − arctan(y)|.

Show that d is a metric on R.

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2. Show that (R, d), where d is the metric from Problem 1, is not a complete metric space. In other

words, show that (R, d) has a Cauchy sequence that does not converge.

Cont.

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3. Let f : R2 → R be defined by

( 3 2

x y

if (x, y) 6= (0, 0),

4

4

f (x, y) = x +y

0

if (x, y) = (0, 0).

Determine the nonzero vectors u = (h, k) ∈ R2 for which f 0 (0; u) exists, and compute the value of

f 0 (0; u) for these vectors.

Cont.

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4. Let f : R2 → R2 be the function

f (x, y) = (x + 2y, (x + y)3 + x + y + 1).

Then f has an inverse g = f −1 : R2 → R2 that is everywhere differentiable. Use this information to

compute Dg(0, 1).

Cont.

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5. Suppose that f : R2 → R is everywhere differentiable, and let g : R3 → R be defined by

g(x, y, z) = f (3×2 + 2y − 1, y + z 3 ).

Suppose D1 f (4, 2) = 2 and D2 f (4, 2) = −6. Compute D1 g(1, 1, 1), D2 g(1, 1, 1), and D3 g(1, 1, 1).

The End.

Math 127C – Homework 3

Write complete solutions to each of the following problems. Submit your

answers in PDF format to Gradescope by Monday, July 13 at 11:59 PM.

1. Let f : R2 → R be the function defined by the formula f (x, y) = |xy|.

Show that Df (0, 0) exists but f 6∈ C 1 (U ; R) for every open set U ⊆ R2

containing (0, 0).

2. Suppose that f : A ⊆ Rm → Rn , where A is a neighborhood of a ∈ Rm .

Suppose that all directional derivatives of f exist at a, and suppose that

f 0 (a; u + v) = f 0 (a; u) + f 0 (a; v) for all u, v 6= 0 such that u + v 6= 0. Let

J denote the Jacobian of f at a, so that J is the n × m matrix whose

(i, j)-entry is Dj fi (a). Show that Ju = f 0 (a; u) for all nonzero u ∈ Rm .

3. Suppose that f : A ⊆ Rm → Rn , where A is a neighborhood of a ∈ Rm ,

and suppose that f is differentiable at a. Show that f 0 (a; u+v) = f 0 (a; u)+

f 0 (a; v) for all u, v 6= 0 such that u + v 6= 0.

4. For an n × m real matrix A, define

kAk = min{K ∈ R : kAxk ≤ Kkxk for all x ∈ Rm }.

Show that for any pair of n × m real matrices A, B, the triangle inequality

holds: kA + Bk ≤ kAk + kBk.

5. Let f : R3 → R2 be a function such that f (0, 0, 0) = (2, 4) and

1 0 2

Df (0, 0, 0) =

.

−3 1 4

Define g : R2 → R3 by the formula

g(x, y) = (x2 + y − 3, xy − 2y, 3x + 4y).

Compute D(g ◦ f )(0, 0, 0).

6. Let f : Rn → R and g : R2 → R be differentiable functions. Define

h : R2 → R by the formula

h(x, y) = f (g(x, y), . . . , g(x, y)).

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Show that

Dj h(x, y) = Dj g(x, y)

n

X

Dk f (g(x, y), . . . , g(x, y)),

j = 1, 2

k=1

for all (x, y) ∈ R2 .

7. Let f : R2 → R2 be a differentiable function having a differentiable inverse

f −1 and such that f (0, 0) = (1, 1). Suppose D1 f1 (0, 0) = −2, D2 f1 (0, 0) =

6, D1 f2 (0, 0) = 3, and D2 f2 (0, 0) = −7. Compute Df −1 (1, 1).

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