|Mar6-10, 03:42 AM||#35|
Gradient,divergence and curl.
|Mar8-10, 12:22 PM||#36|
Please forgive me for extending even further....just my last two questions..
1. When we calculate curl,we reduce the area over which the path integral is being integrated to a single point--however,due to this, the magnitude of curl should always be very small,as the path integral over an area as small al that would be near to zero!!
Am I saying something wrong?
2.Direction of curl is defined as the direction of maximum rotation...what doe the 'maximum' imply?
|Mar8-10, 04:56 PM||#37|
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