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Brad Barker

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what exactly does

[tex]

(\mathbf{A} \cdot \nabla) \mathbf{B}

[/tex]

mean?

is this the same as the divergence of A multiplied by B?

if this was the case, why wouldn't it be written in a clearer notation?

edit: I'm having trouble with the latex.

further edit: note to self--use two spaces. :tongue:

[tex]

(\mathbf{A} \cdot \nabla) \mathbf{B}

[/tex]

mean?

is this the same as the divergence of A multiplied by B?

if this was the case, why wouldn't it be written in a clearer notation?

edit: I'm having trouble with the latex.

further edit: note to self--use two spaces. :tongue:

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