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# how shall v proceed fr dis problemm

Alok nath has decided to celebrate a sanskari [well-mannered] valentines day By climbing kailash mountains....assuming an arbitrary point as origin ,the elevatio of mountain Is given as a function of latitude X and longitude Y As per de following equation :- F(x,y)=2 - [X^2] + 2x + 2y - [y^2] + xy Being a keen student of optimisation ,he wants to optimise his climbe towards de peak...assuming no limitation on his ability to climb, And the starting point as x0=(-2,-1) Determine his next two steps (x1 and x2) If the climbing philosophy is based on pure Newton's method....

Note by Sid Leo
3 years, 9 months ago

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