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The Temperature At A Point (x, Y, Z) Is Given By T(x, Y, Z) = 300e-x2 - 5y2 - 722 Where T Is Measure

The temperature at a point (x, y, z) is given by T(x, y, z) = 300e-x2 - 5y2 - 722 where T is measured in °C and X, Y, Z in meters. (a) Find the rate of change of temperature at the point P(4, -1, 2) in the direction towards the point (5. -3, 4). X °C/m (b) in which direction does the temperature increase fastest at P? (-8,10,- 28) (c) Find the maximum rate of increase at P. Need Help? Read T alk to Tutor Submit Answer