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Gradient of a constant

Important Formulas and their Explanations (III):
Gradient, Divergence and Curl
Gradient of a constant

Gradient of a constant

If c(x,y,z) is a constant, then
grad c = 0, which is a zero vector,
that is, gradient of the constant c = 0, which is a zero vector,
that is, c = 0 , which is a zero vector.

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Important Formulas and their Explanations (III):
Gradient, Divergence and Curl
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Gradient of a constant

If c(x,y,z) is a constant, then
Grad c = 0, which is a zero vector,
that is, gradient of the constant c = 0, which is a zero vector,
that is, c = 0 , which is a zero vector.

Solution contains detailed step-by-step explanation.

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