# here is what I did and need to know if its is wrong.f(5, ln 2) = (2)(5)(ln 2)(e^(5ln2)) = 10(ln 2)(e^(5ln2)) Can this be my final answer?Here is another one....Compute the indicated function value.f(x,y)=2xye^(xy) for f(ln 6, ln 8)here is what I did and need to know if its is wrong.f(ln 6, ln 8)= 2(ln 6)(ln 8) e^( (ln6) (ln8) ) = 2(ln 6)(ln 8) (6^ (ln 8) ) = (ln 6) (ln 8) ( 12^(ln 8) ) Please help! :(Solution details:STATUS Answered QUALITY Approved ANSWER RATING This question was answered on: Apr 19, 2020 PRICE: \$15 Solution~000.zip (25.37 KB) Buy this answer for only: \$15 This attachment is locked × Please Enter The Email Where You Want To Receive Solution. Get this solution for only: \$

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