It’s called the curl vector. It’s not in jee syllabus per se but you can look up the notation in determinant form on the internet. It’s fairly straightforward.
One thing about curl…
You can remember that for a force F if curl×F is 0 it means that the force is conservative.
Mujhe vo determinant kabhi yaad nahi rahta tha. Actually usse agar simplify karega to it leads to:
Partial derivative of force wrt x= partial derivative of force wrt y = partial derivative of force wrt z
Yaha tak sahi hai. It works if force is 2 dimensional.
3 dimensional force ke liye this is wrong… 3d ke liye curl×F hi karna padta hai.
Ohh, i didn’t know that
But JEE me 3 dimensional force aata bhi nahi tha WEP questions me
Thank you all.
Great explanations. Understood.