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    Re: Prove the divergence is equal to zero

    You can see straight away that \nabla \times \omega is orthogonal to \nabla, so the dot product is zero (remember the definition of divergence).
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    Re: Prove the divergence is equal to zero

    solved, thanks
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    Re: Prove the divergence is equal to zero

    That's a perfectly acceptable answer to me.
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