1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Determine whether or not f(x,y) is a conservative vector field. f(x,y) = <-3e^(-3x)sin(-3y),-3e^(-3x)cos(-3y) > If F is a conservative fector field find F = gradient of f 2. Relevant equations N/A 3. The attempt at a solution Fx = -3e^(-3x)(-3)cos(-3y) Fy = -3e^(-3x)(-3)cos(-3y) f is a conservative fector field (This part is all correct.) F = ??? + K It won't accept a vector, I know how to normally find a gradient vector, but that returns a vector, I need a non-vector answer..