1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find The Divergence Of The Vector Field: < ex2 -2xy, sin(y^2), 3yz-2x> 2. Relevant equations I know that divergence is ∇ dot F. 3. The attempt at a solution When I did it by hand I got 2xex2 + 2ycos(y2) + 3y However wolfram alpha says it should be 2xex2 + 2ycos(y^2) + y The difference is the last y. So who is right? This is for a divergence theorem problem, but I do not have an answer key.