divergence theorem

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divergence theorem

[də′vər·jəns ‚thir·əm]
(mathematics)
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Mathematics: ABEGG'S RULE, ABEL'S THEOREM, ARCHIMEDES' PROBLEM, BERNOULLI'S THEOREM, DE MOIVRE'S THEOREM, DE MORGAN'S THEOREM, DESARGUES' THEOREM, DESCARTES' RULE OF SIGNS, EUCLID'S ALGORITHM, EULER'S EQUATION/FORMULA, FERMAT'S PRINCIPLE, FOURIER'S THEOREM, GAUSS'S THEOREM, GOLDBACH'S CONJECTURE, HUDDE'S RULES, LAPLACE'S EQUATIONS, NEWTON'S METHOD/PARALLELOGRAM, PASCAL'S LAW/TRIANGLE, RIEMANN'S HYPOTHESIS
Another example of application of this theory is the generalization of one of the most important theorems in Field Theory, Gauss's theorem, leading to a possible solution (as a kind of Modified Newtonian Dynamics theory) of the well known problem of the "lost mass" of the Universe and its associated problem of "dark matter" [16].