## An Introduction to Vector Analysis |

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### Contents

CHAP PACT | 1 |

THE PRODUCTS OF VECTORS | 14 |

THE DIFFERENTIATION OF VECTORS | 29 |

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angular velocity applied axes axis calculate cartesian cartesian tensor charge circuit closed curve closed path commutative components constant curl curl curl grad curl H current density denoted differential displacement distribution divergence dyadic electric force electromagnetic Equation example expressed fluid flux lines Gibbs gives grad div grad k/r gradient greatest rate Hence lamellar field level surfaces line integral lines of flow magnetic field magnetic force magnitude and direction matrix normal notation parallel perpendicular physical point-function positive potential field radius vector rate of increase reader rectangular co-ordinates relation rotation round any closed scalar algebra scalar field scalar function scalar potential scalar product Scalar quantities shown solenoidal solid angle space subtended surface integral tensor theorem tion triple product unit area unit vectors vector algebra vector analysis vector area vector field vector point function vector potential vector product vector quantities zero