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In particular. . . The Partial Derivatives Must Exist

If the partial derivatives don’t exist at the point (a,b), the function f cannot be locally planar at (a,b).    

Example:  (as given in text)  A cone with vertex at the origin cannot be locally planar there, as it is clear that the x and y cross sections are not differentiable there.

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