I've asked in the calculus and analysis this and dextercioboy (thanked) has gave a not specific (or i was not able to understand him) for the particular solution of the following equation,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If B was a known Vector defined as:

B=rot(A)

How can i get A?

As I know, we will get a system of partial differential equations, I want some one to give me the way to get the general solution of that system, and please to be specific,

And Thanks

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# Inverse Rotation Function Question

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