So I am trying to follow my professors notes. Here is my work on the proof. And on the bottom is my answer and his answer. I know my answer is wrong, as I do not fully understand how to convert the summations at the end to their vector quantities. Is my work incorrect?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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I do not even know what F times nabla means. I know nabla times F is divergence. Are they the same????

EDIT: Oh and his G is my q.

AND his answer has a -(G*Nabla)*F at the end.

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# I do not understand this vector identity proof

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