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Lesson 10: Functions and Level Sets

by Clinical Associate Professor of Mathematics at New York University on Feb 27, 2008

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A contour plot is a nice way to visualize the graph of a function of two variables. If the function is a utility function, this is nothing more than the set of indifference curves. More generally, ...

A contour plot is a nice way to visualize the graph of a function of two variables. If the function is a utility function, this is nothing more than the set of indifference curves. More generally, it's like a topographical map of the surface

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