Hi guys, I'm a student in the physics college, and do need to ask math people a difficult question, and hope you can give me the answer as SIMPLE as you can,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

if we have a known vector B defined as B = rot(A)

(In physics, B is a magnetic field, A is a Vector Voltage of the field)

How can we get A? I know this will create a 3x3 system of a partial differential equation, and the answer will have a gradient for scalar function as a constant for integration, i've studied differential equations, and parial differential equations, but i didn't study yet the systems of partial differential equations

if anyone would answer, please try giving me the answer step by step after what I studied, and thanks

TheDestroyer

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