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Analysis of Multivariable Functions is the function such that, for each a ∈ V , (f ◦ g)(a) = f (g(a)) . 30), we know that the composition of two continuous functions is continuous. The same is true for diﬀerentiable functions, and the chain rule tells us how to compute the diﬀerential of the composition of two functions. 3 (The Chain Rule). Let f be a function from an open set U ⊂ Rn to Rm , and let g be a function from an open set V ⊂ Rp to Rn such that g(V ) ⊂ U . Let a ∈ V . If g is diﬀerentiable at a and f is diﬀerentiable at g(a), then f ◦ g is diﬀerentiable at a and d(f ◦ g)a = dfg(a) ◦ dga .

12. Let F be a function from an open set U ⊂ Rn to Rm and let a ∈ U . We call F diﬀerentiable at a if there exist a linear transformation L : Rn → Rm and a function R deﬁned in a neighborhood of a such that F (a + v) = F (a) + L(v) + R(v), with R(v) = 0. v v→0 lim If F is diﬀerentiable at a, the linear transformation L is denoted by dFa and is called the diﬀerential of F at a. Notations for the diﬀerential vary widely. Though we will consistently use dFa for the diﬀerential of F at a, some authors write dF (a) instead.

In order to solve this diﬀerential equation explicitly, one needs the initial position r0 and the initial velocity v0 . For convenience, choose a plane P that goes through the origin and is parallel to both r0 and v0 . (If r0 and v0 are not parallel, then this information deﬁnes a unique plane in R3 . ) Consider P to be the xy-plane, choose any direction for the ray [Ox), and now use cylindrical coordinates in R3 .