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By Michael Reed, Barry Simon

This quantity will serve a number of reasons: to supply an advent for graduate scholars no longer formerly accustomed to the cloth, to function a reference for mathematical physicists already operating within the box, and to supply an creation to varied complicated subject matters that are obscure within the literature. now not the entire strategies and alertness are handled within the related intensity. ordinarily, we supply a really thorough dialogue of the mathematical thoughts and purposes in quatum mechanics, yet offer purely an advent to the issues bobbing up in quantum box conception, classical mechanics, and partial differential equations. ultimately, many of the fabric constructed during this quantity won't locate functions till quantity III. For some of these purposes, this quantity encompasses a nice number of material. to aid the reader decide on which fabric is necessary for him, we have now supplied a "Reader's advisor" on the finish of every bankruptcy.

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A further interesting point is how naturally the function of two variables g(x, Llx) entered into our discussion of one variable theory. We only considered the continuity properties of g(x, Llx) when we kept the variable x fixed and let the variable Llx tend to O. From our experience of partial derivatives we might, say that 9 is partially continuous (in the second variable). igate what happens if 9 is a continuous function of both variables. This is another fruitful line of investigation but again we will not pursue it here.

O h = °ofx (x, y) . VI + °ofy (x, y). O lim K(x, y, hVl, hV2) 11 vII of = of ox(x,y) ·Vl + Oy(x,y) ·V2· Hence of ov of of = VI oX + V2 oy of · . · and smce ox and of oy are b oth contmuous we see t h at of. ov IS alSo contmuous. We have proved the following result. Proposition 36. If f is a continuous function defined on an open subset ofR2 and ~~ and ~~ both exist and are continuous then for any vector v in R 2 the directional derivative then ~~ exists and is continuous. 1 Let f (x) denote a company's profit expressed as a function of the capital invested x.

Now substituting in this value for A we have f(x + Llx) = f(x) + B· Llx ± h(x, Llx) . Llx and f(x + Llx) Llx f(x) = B· Llx ± h(x, Llx) . Llx = B ± h(x, Llx). Llx Hence f'(x) = lim f(x+Llx)-f(x)=B± lim h(x,Llx) ~z~o Llx ~z~o =B. From this we conclude that f(x) + f'(x) ·Llx = A+B ·Llx, that g(x, Llx) = ±h(x, Llx) and the tangent line is the closest line to the graph of f. What happens if we use more derivatives? The answer is interesting and you might like to try experimenting to see what happens.