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# Given: Let f(x.Y.z) = x. (12) f; x(ln x); (B) x[y(ln x)I; (C) xT(yz)x]; (D)x[z(ln x)I; (E) None of these....

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###### Given: Let f(x.Y.z) = x. (12) f; x(ln x); (B) x[y(ln x)I; (C) xT(yz)x]; (D)x[z(ln x)I; (E) None of these.

Given: Let f(x.Y.z) = x. (12) f; x(ln x); (B) x[y(ln x)I; (C) xT(yz)x]; (D)x[z(ln x)I; (E) None of these.

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