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## Homework Statement

F=-ysin(x)i+cos(x)j

## Homework Equations

Can the Curl test be applied to this vector field and state three facts you can deduce after applying the curl test.

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F=-ysin(x)i+cos(x)j

Can the Curl test be applied to this vector field and state three facts you can deduce after applying the curl test.

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What exactly do you mean by "curl test"?

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Basically im havin trouble finding 3 facts to incur about this F after the curl test.

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In general, if the curl of a vector field is zero, that means that (a) it's the gradient of a scalar (potential) function; and (b) the line integral of scalar potential function is path-independent.

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