# I Divergence Theorem and Gauss Law

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1. Mar 24, 2016

### Caglar Yildiz

Divergence theorem states that
$\int \int\vec{E}\cdot\vec{ds}=\int\int\int div(\vec{E})dV$
And Gauss law states that

$\int \int\vec{E}\cdot\vec{ds}=\int\int\int \rho(x,y,z)dV$
If $\vec{E}$ to be electric field vector then i could say that
$div(\vec{E})=\rho(x,y,z)$
However i cant see any reason for that since $\rho(x,y,z)$ to be unit charge

2. Mar 25, 2016