hi. the is it true that if \vec{m} is a constant vector, then \nabla \cdot \vec{m}=0?
Apr 13, 2009 #1 latentcorpse 1,444 0 hi. the is it true that if [itex]\vec{m}[/itex] is a constant vector, then [itex]\nabla \cdot \vec{m}=0[/itex]?
hi. the is it true that if [itex]\vec{m}[/itex] is a constant vector, then [itex]\nabla \cdot \vec{m}=0[/itex]?
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Apr 13, 2009 #2 dx Homework Helper Gold Member 2,011 18 Yes, If m is a constant vector field, then the gradient is zero.