Hi, I'd like to know the solutions for these equations, and how to arrive at them. Is it possible to derive the general form of F(x,y,z) analytically? I'm still studying linear differential equations so I have no clue on what to do with partial differential equations...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

div F = 0

curl F = 0

Thanks :)

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# Divergence and rotational equal to zero - solutions?

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