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    Re: Prove the divergence is equal to zero

    You can see straight away that $\displaystyle \nabla \times \omega$ is orthogonal to $\displaystyle \nabla$, 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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