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How to Pronounce jacobi?

Correct pronunciation for the word "jacobi" is [d͡ʒɐkˈə͡ʊbi], [d‍ʒɐkˈə‍ʊbi], [dʒ_ɐ_k_ˈəʊ_b_i].

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"Jacobi" in context

Jacobian matrix is a type of matrix used for representing a system of differentials. It is commonly used for computing the derivatives of a function with respect to its inputs. It is named after Carl Gustav Jacobi, a German mathematician who introduced the concept in 1842. Jacobian matrices are often used to solve systems of equations with multiple variables.

The Jacobian matrix of a function involving several variables can be thought of as a matrix of partial derivatives, with each element representing the derivative of the function with respect to one of the variables.

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