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The Temperature At A Point (X Y Z) Is Given By

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T(x,y,z)=200e^(−(x^2)-(y^2)/4−(z^2)/9), whereTis measuredThe temperature at a point (x,y,z) is given by T(x,y,z)=200e^(−(x^2)-(y^2)/4−(z^2)/9), where T is
measured in degrees Celsius and x, y, and z in meters. There are lots of places to make silly…Math