$$ f_y(0,\pi)= 1 $$
Work Step by Step
Since $ f(x,y)=\sin(x^2-y)$, then we have $$ f_y=-\cos(x^2-y).$$ Hence, we get $$ f_y(0,\pi)= -\cos (-\pi)=1 $$
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