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Compute the directional derivative of f at the given point in the direction of the indicated vector. $f(x, y)=\cos (2 x-y),(\pi, 0)$, u in the direction from $(\pi, 0)$ to $(2 \pi, \pi)$

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1 of 8First, find the partial derivative of the function $\cos{(2x-y)}$ along $x,y$

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