according to the definition of the divergance,it represents the volume density of outward flux of a vector field of an infintesimal volume around a given point and curl represents and curl represents the infinitesimal rotation of a vector field ......let us consider a cylinder rotating about its axis and liquid is flowing through its axis of rotation ...then will there be any change in curl or diverganc eof a vector represented by tje cylinder

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