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Find the curl and divergence for the vector field: \(\overrightarrow{F}\) \(= \frac{ 4xz }{ y^2 } \overrightarrow{i}+(x-z)\overrightarrow{j}-7y^3 \overrightarrow{k}\)
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can you help with question please
first send me a pic
you cant not see the vector field up there?
@james342234 keep the talk related to math ..
Omg James, stop! Leave the poor guy alone! Go away if you're not gonna help!
find the divergence by using formula ... what's so difficult?
what formula?
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http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/8/a/b/8abded95c326725e73cf446fdcd2f5f8.png
calculate those partial derivatives of those components
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divergence#Application_in_Cartesian_coordinates
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if it is zero it is said conservative right?
if the field is conservative ... the curl is zero. for divergence ... if the field is solenoidal (no source or sink)... then it is zero
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