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I'm doing some tensor calculation on the divergence of gradient (of a vector) inverse. Am I allowed to first use the nabla operator on gradient and then inverse the whole product?

In other words, I'm searching for the divergence of a 2nd order tensor which is itself inverse of (gradient of a first order tensor ). Thanks in advance

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# Divergence of Gradient inverse

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