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Another questions about mathmatics.

How can be resolved a ecuation like this?

[tex]{ \frac{ \partial{(m \vec {v} - \Psi \vec {v})}}{ \partial {t} } = \nabla (\Psi \vec {v}^2 )[/tex]

Asuming that v could be any vector, m a constant, and psi a wave function. It's not the similar that a wave ecuation.

And more:

Is this ok? [tex] \Psi (\vec {v} \nabla) \vec {v} = \Psi \vec {v} (\nabla \vec {v}) [/tex]

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# Homework Help: Ecuations Resolution

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