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Consider the following

\begin{equation}

\nabla\phi=\nabla\times \vec{A}.

\end{equation}

Is it possible to find ##\vec{A}## from the above equation and if so, how does one go about doing so?

\begin{equation}

\nabla\phi=\nabla\times \vec{A}.

\end{equation}

Is it possible to find ##\vec{A}## from the above equation and if so, how does one go about doing so?

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