Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = f (x^2 + y^2)

## Problem

## Question

Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = f (x^2 + y^2)

## Topic

Partial Differentiation Equation (PDE) – Part I

Partial Differentiation Equation (PDE) – Part II

## Partial Differentiation Equation Problems

- Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = f (x^2 + y^2)
- Form the Partial differential function by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = y^2 +2 f (1/x + log y)
- Form the Partial differential equation (PDE) by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = e^y f(x+y)
- Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation z = e^(ax+by) f(ax-by)
- Form the Partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function for the equation lx + my + nz = phi(x^2 + y^2 + z^2)