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How to Pronounce Jacobian?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Jacobian" is [d͡ʒakˈə͡ʊbi͡ən], [d‍ʒakˈə‍ʊbi‍ən], [dʒ_a_k_ˈəʊ_b_iə_n].

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"Jacobian" in context

Jacobian is a mathematical concept that is an important part of many mathematical problems and equations. Jacobian is a kind of functional derivative related to the matrix of partial derivatives of a vector-valued function. The Jacobian is a useful tool for determining the optimal path of an equation, and can be used to calculate the rate of change of a system. Jacobians are used in a variety of fields including graph theory, algebraic geometry, numerical analysis, vector calculus, and vector optimization.

Jacobian can help to predict the change in one variable due to a change in another, a process called directional derivatives.

Usage over time for Jacobian:

This graph shows how "Jacobian" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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