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Problem 3 Easy Difficulty

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\begin{array}{l}{\text { a. Solve the system }} \\ {u=3 x+2 y, \quad v=x+4 y} \\ {\text { for } x \text { and } y \text { in terms of } u \text { and } v . \text { Then find the value of the }} \\ {\text { Jacobian } \partial(x, y) / \partial(u, v) .} \\ {\text { b. Find the image under the transformation } u=3 x+2 y} \\ {v=x+4 y \text { of the triangular region in the } x y \text { -plane bounded }}\\{\text { by the } x \text { -axis, the } y \text { -axis, and the line } x+y=1 . \text { Sketch the }} \\ {\text { transformed region in the } u v \text { -plane. }}\end{array}
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