Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constants for the equation, z = xy + y sqrt(x^2 – a^2) +b

## Problem

## Question

Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constants for the equation, z = xy + y sqrt(x^2 – a^2) +b

## Topic

Partial Differentiation Equation (PDE)

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