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When a function in one or several variables is differentiable everywhere, the first derivative gives a rate of change of the function at each point in the domain. If the function is differentiable, the gradient vectors of the function are also the appropriate vector for linear algebra to be used for calculating the nearest solution to a point. This linear algebraic vector is called the gradient of the function, that is, the gradient of the function is the vector that gives the rate of change of the function for any choice of the vector in the linear algebra. The geometric interpretation of gradient is the generalization of the definition of derivative to non-differentiable functions and it is the vector that represents the total change in the function when a unit vector in the direction of the function is moved towards that function, or what means when a unit vector in the direction of the function is moved towards the function. The gradient of the function for some point in the domain of the function is called a direction and the direction is the vector that represents the rate of change of the function for the direction that the vector in the linear algebra. An example of the application of linear algebra in optimizing a function is the optimization of an objective function. The easiest way to perform an optimization is to find the best solution in the region of the problem space using Newton-Raphson method or a similar method. Newton-Raphson method does not solve the problem of minimizing or maximizing a function, but it can be used to find a solution to the problem. Una función en más de una variable puede ser derivada y la derivada es una función llamada gradiente del funcional y en un punto en el dominio de una función, por ejemplo en una prueba de Wronskian en matemáticas. Para una función de dos variables el gradiente es la derivada de la función para cada punto del dominio, por ejemplo, para una función de dos variables el gradiente es la derivada de la función por ambos ejes independientemente de si el gradiente es en el eje x o en el eje









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