(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); V(x,y,z)is a cartesian vector field with components X(x,y,z), Y(x,y,z) and Z(x,y,z) respectively. I am just wondering what is the general form of the functions X, Y and Z as solutions to div(V) = 0? Where div(V) is the divergence of the vector field.

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# Vector Differential Equation

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