What is the Divergence? is it only the Partial derivatives?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Lets say I have a vector field: [tex]F=x^2i+y^2j+z^2k[/tex], the divergence is [tex]F=2xi+2yj+2zk[/tex]?

And if it is, than what is the gradient?

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# What is the Divergence?

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