R rusicruc Mar 2020 1 0 Philippines Mar 15, 2020 #1 I was tasked to determine whether the field is conservative. A force F is of the form (K/r^3) rhat in spherical coordinates, where K is constant. I will use the curl of the force F. Please help in setting it up using determinants.

I was tasked to determine whether the field is conservative. A force F is of the form (K/r^3) rhat in spherical coordinates, where K is constant. I will use the curl of the force F. Please help in setting it up using determinants.

S studiot Apr 2015 1,238 359 Somerset, England Mar 15, 2020 #2 Hint: By symmetry from your parametric definition of F \(\displaystyle \frac{{\partial F}}{{\partial \theta }} = \frac{{\partial F}}{{\partial \varphi }} = ?\) Reactions: topsquark

Hint: By symmetry from your parametric definition of F \(\displaystyle \frac{{\partial F}}{{\partial \theta }} = \frac{{\partial F}}{{\partial \varphi }} = ?\)