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### Proving Vector Identity Involving the Unit Vector Using the Levi-Civita and the Kronecker Delta

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

*author: Michelle R. Fudot   Prove: ___________________________________________________________ Proof: First, we define the following vectors as: ; ; and Now,  if we let i=k, then . Furthermore, Now, the derivative of orthonormal basis , that is, and the derivative of a coordinate X, . Also, , thus = = = = It is noted that . […]

### Proving Vector Identity Using Levi-Civita Symbol

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Roel N. Baybayon MSPhysics1 ————————————————————————————————– We are going to prove the following vector identity using Levi-Civita symbol: Solution: Let    ,     ,   ,   . Then, By definition: We have to let m=n so that, Levi-Civita symbol can be expressed in terms of Kronecker delta given by: Thus,

### Verifying vector formulas using Levi-Civita: (Divergence & Curl of normal unit vector n)

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

By Sim P. Bantayan, MS Physics I, MSU-IIT Let , and where and .   1. Prove that . Proof: Now, . Since i=j for the divergence of normal unit vector n, but (i=j). Moreover, for three dimensions, , so Therefore, .   2. Prove that . Proof: . Since i=j for the curl of normal unit vector n, […]

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### Proving Vector Formula with Kronecker Delta Function and Levi-Civita Symbol

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Applying and in Proving the Vector Formula:  By: Quennie J. Paylaga   Prove: using Kronecker Delta Function and Levi-Civita Symbol.     To prove this, we let We can write the expression for in summation form as:      where where i, j, l are dummy summation variables. Each of which can be any letter […]

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### Verifying a Vector Identity (BAC-CAB) using Levi-Civita

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Author: CHRISTINE ADELLE L. RICO Here is another method of verifying a vector formula using the Levi-Civita symbol. Levi-Civita symbol is a tensor of rank three and is defined by +1 if the indices are in even permutation of , -1 if the indices are in odd permutation, and 0 if any two indices are […]

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