### All Calculus 3 Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #7 : Line Integrals

Compute for

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**Correct answer:**

In order to find the divergence, we need to remember the formula.

Divergence Formula:

, where , , and correspond to the components of a given vector field .

Now lets apply this to our situation.

### Example Question #8 : Line Integrals

Compute for

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

In order to find the divergence, we need to remember the formula.

Divergence Formula:

, where , , and correspond to the components of a given vector field .

Now lets apply this to our situation.

### Example Question #9 : Line Integrals

Compute for

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

In order to find the divergence, we need to remember the formula.

Divergence Formula:

, where , , and correspond to the components of a given vector field .

Now lets apply this to our situation.

### Example Question #10 : Line Integrals

Find , where

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

In order to find the divergence, we need to remember the formula.

Divergence Formula:

, where , , and correspond to the components of a given vector field .

Now lets apply this to our situation.

### Example Question #1 : Divergence

Compute , where

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**Correct answer:**

All we need to do is calculate the partial derivatives and add them together.

### Example Question #2 : Divergence

Given the vector field

find the divergence of the vector field:

.

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**Correct answer:**

Given a vector field

we find its divergence by taking the dot product with the gradient operator:

We know that , so we have

### Example Question #3 : Divergence

Suppose that . Calculate the divergence.

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**Correct answer:**

We know,

Use this to obtain the correct answer

### Example Question #4 : Divergence

Given that

calculate

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**Correct answer:**

using this formula we have

### Example Question #5 : Divergence

Find , where F is given by the following curve:

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**Correct answer:**

The divergence of a vector is given by

where

So, we take the partial derivative of each component of our vector with respect to x, y, and z respectively and add them together:

The derivatives were found using the following rules:

, ,

### Example Question #6 : Divergence

Find where F is given by

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**Correct answer:**

The divergence of a curve is given by

where

Taking the dot product of the gradient and the curve, we end up summing the respective partial derivatives (for example, the x coordinate's partial derivative with respect to x is found).

The partial derivatives are:

The following rules were used to find the derivatives:

,