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The center of a national park is located at (0,0). A special nature preserve is bounded by by straight lines connecting the points A at (3,2), B at (5,1), C at (8,4) and D at (6,5) in a parallelogram. The yearly rainfall at each point is given by RF(x,y) =x2-xy+y2 in inches. Transform this into a rectangle in v - r space using the Jacobian theory we studied and determine the following.

1. Find the average rainfall per year for the entire region.

2. Suppose that we desire to constract a weather station at a point in order to report a number on a regular basis that might represent the average rainfall for the entire preserve. Assuming we pick the center of "mass" of the rainfall density function for this point, find the location of the weather station in the (x,y) system

 

 

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