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J(F )(q) = 0. ∂F ∂F (q), . . , ∂x (q)} is a linearly de3. The set of partial derivatives { ∂x 1 n pendent set of vectors. 4. The diﬀerential dFq is not invertible. 8. Finally, if n = m and both are greater than 1, determining for what values of q in the domain U the diﬀerential dFq does not have maximal rank is not easy if done simply by looking at the matrix of functions [dFq ]. The following proposition provides a concise criterion. 3. Let F : U → Rm be a function where U is an open subset of Rn , with n = m.

Calculate the partial derivatives Fx and Fy . Show that the Jacobian J(F ) is never 0. Conclude that Fx and Fy are never collinear. 12. Let F (u, v) = (cos u sin v, sin u sin v, cos v) be a function deﬁned over [0, 2π] ×[0, π]. Show that the image of F lies on the unit sphere in R3 . Calculate dF(u,v) for all (u, v) in the domain. 13. Deﬁne F : R3 → R3 by F (u, v, w) = (u3 + uv) cos w, (u3 + uv) sin w, u2 . Calculate the partial derivatives Fx , Fy , and Fz . Calculate the Jacobian J(F ). Determine where F does not have maximal rank.

Calculate the diﬀerential, and determine where the diﬀerential does not have maximal rank. 17. 7. 18. 13. 19. Prove that if a function F is diﬀerentiable at a, then F is continuous at a. 20. Mean Value Theorem. Let F be a real-valued function deﬁned over an open set U ∈ Rn and diﬀerentiable at every point of U . If the segment [a, b] ⊂ U , then there exists a point c in the segment [a, b] such that F (b) − F (a) = dFc (b − a). 21. (*) Let n ≤ m, and consider a function F : U → Rm of class C 1 , where U is an open set in Rn .