give as many applications of gauss law?
Asked by | 23rd Mar, 2008, 06:04: PM
1.) Gauss's law (in electrostatics),
2.)Gauss's law for magnetism,
3.)Gauss's law for gravity.
In fluid dynamics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and a number of other fields, there are continuity equations that describe the conservation of mass, momentum, energy, probability, or other quantities. . The divergence theorem states that any such continuity equation can be written in a differential form (in terms of a divergence) and an integral form (in terms of a flux).
Answered by | 22nd May, 2008, 12:45: AM
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