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## Homework Statement

Find The Divergence Of The Vector Field:

< e

^{x2}-2xy, sin(y^2), 3yz-2x>

## Homework Equations

I know that divergence is ∇ dot F.

## The Attempt at a Solution

When I did it by hand I got

2xe

^{x2}+ 2ycos(y

^{2}) + 3y

However wolfram alpha says it should be

2xe

^{x2}+ 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.