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Prove that the divergence of a tensor T^(ab) is given

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Prove that the divergence of a tensor T^(ab) is given by
T^(ab) , a = [1/g^(1/2)] [del {g^(1/2) T^(ab)/delx] + [ (christoffel symbol)^b_( alpha a ) T^( alpha a )

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To prove that the divergence of a tensor T^(ab) is given by
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It proves that the divergence of the tensor T^(ab).
The solution is given in detail.
This divergence of the tensor T^(ab) is expressed by using
the covariant differentiation of the Riemannian Christoffel's tensors.

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