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Let R, L, C, K be suitable dimensional constants. In a certain motion of a fluid,

the mass density function ρ is given in the Eulerian description by ρ = R*(x1^2+L^2).

Is the velocity field v1 = C/(R*(x1^2+L^2)) e1 a possible velocity field?

Is v2 = K*exp(-x1/L) e1 a possible velocity field

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I was thinking it had something to do with either the conservation of mass or conservation of linear momentum. Am I on the right track or am I going the wrong way?

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# Homework Help: Fluids Homework Problem

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