If the direction of the gradient of f in a point P is the direction of most/minor gradient, so a direction of the curl of(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); fin a point P is the direction of most/minor curl too, correct?

Also, if the gradient of f in the directiontis given by equation:∇f·t, so the curl offin the directionnis given by equation:∇×f·n, correct?

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# Gradient and Curl

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