Let V = (sin(theta)cos(phi))/r Determine:
(b) ∇ x ∇V
The Attempt at a Solution
I uploaded 2 parts of the answer
Sorry that was one long run on sentence. I meant to say will it be ok if I take off I,j, and k?
Ok is my formula ok? I'm gonna go look again but I believe Wikipedia had that listed I can add unit vectors that's no problem.
Ugggg that is all Wikipedia lists I'm gonna go to my instructors web page and check there
actually I screwed up the problem never said anything about divergence! That being said I corrected what I did and have uploaded it hopefully its ok!!
ok how do I use wolfram for gradients?
These are my answers
div B=pz^2+psin^2(phi)+2pzsin^2(phi) I entered that in wolfram it didnt work what syntax should I use.