Hi guys! I am using many different sources to self teach myself about divergence. I understand it, however there is one thing that is confusing me. For example, a divergence of 0 could mean that i, j, and k don't change at all, or it could mean that i changes by 1, j by -1, and k by zero (or many other combinations). Just telling me that divF=0 is very vague. Now, could you tell me divX=1, divY=-1 and divZ=0? I'm not sure if you can have divergences of particular variables, so I may be completely off on this. Is there any other way to express a divergence to make it more clear? Thanks in advance.