**( ). Divergence is the rate at which any force-field like magnetism, heat, light changes.**

**( ). This rate of change changes along the x, y and z axis.**

**( ). Thus the equation of Divergence contains**

**a partial derivative w.r.t x + partial derivative w.r.t y + partial derivative w.r.t z.**

**( ). Partial derivative of x means rate of change of heat when you keep moving along the x-axis.**

**( ). Partial derivative of y means rate of change of heat when you keep moving along the y-axis.**

**( ) . Same for the z-axis.**

__EXAMPLE 1__**( ) Imagine that there is a fire-place in your room (source of heat).**

**( ) Now say you are moving away from the fire-place....only along the x-axis direction...then....**

**1] There will be a rate of change of heat along this x-axis direction.**

**2] This rate of change can be given as the partial derivative w.r.t x.**

**3] Since you are not moving along the y-axis direction or z-axis direction...the partial derivatives w.r.t y and w.r.t z will be zero.**

**( ) So basically,....you are moving along the x-axis direction and thus experiencing a rate of change of heat only along this direction.**

**This is given as partial derivative w.r.t x.**

**CASE 2**

**MOVING ALONG Z-AXIS.**

**( ) Now lets say you have lit up fire in your room and you are moving up the chimney i.e along the z-axis....then**

**( ) You are only moving up along the z-axis...so there will be a rate of change of heat along the z-axis direction.**

**( ) So there will be a partial deriviative w.r.t z**

**( ) But because the chimney is so damn narrow....you wont be allowed within the chimney to move along the x or y direction.**

**( Actually the x and the y axis together form the x-y plane and the x-y plane is the plane of any horizontal movement)**

**( ) So basically....no horizontal movement allowed.**

**( ) So partial derivative w.r.t y and partial derivative w.r.t x is zero.**

**CASE 3**

**MOVING ALONG THE X - Y AND Z AXIS SIMULTANEOUSLY.**

**( ) Now once again lets say you come down to your senses and get down from that chimney.**

**( ) Now you move away from the fire such that your movement involves the x-axis direction, the y-axis direction and the z-axis direction.**

**( ) Thus the rate of change of heat will be equal to partial derivative of x + partial derivalive of y + partial derivate of z.**

**( ) The rate of change of Heat along the x, y and z dimensions is known as the divergence.**

**( ) In whichever direction you are not moving....the partial derivative of that direction (or axis) will be equal to zero.**

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Then one day....a miracle happened,....while applying a certain formula again and again.....I came to know its significance. Slowly and steadily....other equations also started clicking. I got to see a strong relationship between Maths and the Physics it was pointing towards. They both were the same. Maths was just an easy language to express a physical phenomenon. And a bit more to that in the sense that it could even predict the behaviour of a certain physical phenomenon. Equations now as if came to life.

Every equation now had as if something to say. A burning urge to share these things with the world aflamed within me. So that no one has to give up the subject that he or she loves the most.

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