**DIVERGENCE** [dəˈvərjəns, dīˈvərjəns]

NOUN

**divergence** (noun) · **divergences** (plural noun)

- the process or state of diverging.
- a difference or conflict in opinions, interests, wishes, etc..

- the inner product of the operator del and a given vector, which gives a measure of the quantity of flux emanating from any point of the vector field or the rate of loss of mass, heat, etc., from it.

**See also:** Divergence Divergent

**1.** ** Divergence** definition is - a drawing apart (as of lines extending from a common center)

**2.** How to use ** Divergence** in a sentence.

**3.** The act, fact, or amount of** diverging:** a** Divergence** in opinion

**4.** The** Divergence** is an operator, which takes in the vector-valued function defining this vector field, and outputs a scalar-valued function measuring the change in density of the fluid at each point

**5.** This is the formula for** Divergence:** Here,,, are the component functions of

**6.** ** Divergence** is when the price of an asset is moving in the opposite direction of a technical indicator, such as an oscillator, or is moving contrary to other data.

**7.** *Divergence* occurs when a stronger wind moves away from a weaker wind or when air streams move in opposite directions.** Divergence** occurs in the upper levels of the atmosphere it leads to rising air

**8.** The** Divergence** came to a head quickly, during the overhaul of NAFTA, which Lighthizer conducted at warp speed for a trade agreement

**9.** ** Divergence** The

**10.** We also have a physical interpretation of the *Divergence*

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**12.** Find another word for *Divergence*

**13.** ** Divergence**: a movement in different directions away from a common point

**14.** ** Divergence** is the opposite of convergence

**15.** When the value of an asset, indicator, or index moves, the related asset, indicator, or index moves in the other direction.** Divergence** …

**16.** ** Divergence** Pre Algebra Order of Operations Factors & Primes Fractions Long Arithmetic Decimals Exponents & Radicals Ratios & Proportions Percent Modulo Mean, Median & …

**17.** An example of** Divergence** is the development of wings in bats from the same bones that form the arm and hand or paw in most other mammals

**18.** A situation in which two things become different, or the difference between them increases: a *Divergence* of opinion The figures reveal a marked *Divergence* between public sector pay settlements and those in …

**19.** *Divergence* insufficiency is a rare ophthalmologic disorder manifesting itself among older adults

**20.** In this section we will discuss in greater detail the convergence and ** Divergence** of infinite series

**21.** We will also give the ** Divergence** Test for series in this section.

**22.** ** Divergence** is an operation on a vector field that tells us how the field behaves toward or away from a point

**23.** Locally, the ** Divergence** of a vector field F in or at a particular point P is a measure of the “outflowing-ness” of the vector field at P.If F represents the velocity of a fluid, then the

**24.** What does ** Divergence** mean? Departure from a particular viewpoint, practice, etc

**25.** *Divergence* Forex *Divergence* trading is both a concept and a trading strategy that is found in almost all markets

**26.** Book 21 *Divergence* is a milestone because the second POV character, the Atevi ruler's son & heir Cajeiri, is now nine

**27.** ** Divergence** is created when the price action contradicts with the movement of an indicator

**28.** ** Divergence** in stock trading is a powerful reversal signal, as it can identify the start of a new trend

**29.** There are two types of ** Divergence** in stock trading: Bullish

**30.** *Divergence* For example, it is often convenient to write the *Divergence* div f as ∇ ⋅ f, since for a vector field f(x, y, z) = f1(x, y, z)i + f2(x, y, z)j + f3(x, y, z)k, the dot product of f with ∇ (thought of as a vector) makes sense:

**31.** ** Divergence** at a point (x,y,z) is the measure of the vector flow out of a surface surrounding that point

**32.** Then if the ** Divergence** is a positive number, this means water is flowing out of the point (like a water spout - this location is considered a source)

**33.** If the ** Divergence** is a negative

**34.** In vector calculus, the ** Divergence** theorem, also known as Gauss's theorem or Ostrogradsky's theorem, is a theorem which relates the flux of a vector field through a closed surface to the

**35.** More precisely, the ** Divergence** theorem states that the surface integral of a vector field over a closed surface, which is called the flux through the surface

**36.** Using ** Divergence** is a popular way to identify potential trading opportunities

**37.** But how does it work and when does it stop working? RSI ** Divergence** occurs when the Relative Strength Index indicator starts reversing before price does

**38.** A bearish ** Divergence** consists of an overbought RSI reading, followed by lower high on RSI.

**39.** ** Divergence** is an operation on a vector field that tells us how the field behaves toward or away from a point

**40.** Locally, the ** Divergence** of a vector field \(\vecs{F}\) in \(\mathbb{R}^2\) or \(\mathbb{R}^3\) at a particular point \(P\) is a measure of the “outflowing-ness” of the vector field at \(P\).

**41.** ** Divergence** can provide a level confirmation with this theory

**42.** Perhaps price is extended far from the mean and you’re looking to catch a position based on a mean reversion setup; in this situation, ** Divergence** can give you hints as to when it’s time to …

**43.** The *Divergence* of a vector field is a measure of the "outgoingness" of the field at all points

**44.** If a point has positive *Divergence*, then the fluid particles have a general tendency to leave that place (go away from it), while if a point has negative *Divergence*, then the fluid particles tend …

**45.** ** Divergence** theorem: If S is the boundary of a region E in space and F~ is a vector ﬁeld, then Z Z Z B div(F~) dV = Z Z S F~ ·dS .~ Remarks

**46.** 1) The ** Divergence** theorem is also called Gauss theorem

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**48.** ** Divergence** excess A high exophoria at distance associated with a much lower exophoria at near

**49.** Fusional ** Divergence** A movement of the eyes away from each other in response to retinal disparity, in order to restore single binocular vision

**50.** What is Bullish ** Divergence**? A price chart showcasing bullish

**51.** It does not matter whether it is a bullish ** Divergence** RSI signal or a bullish

**52.** ** Divergence**, In mathematics, a differential operator applied to a three-dimensional vector-valued function

**53.** The ** Divergence** of a vector v is given by in which v1, v2, and v3 are the vector components of v, typically a velocity field of fluid

**54.** ** Divergence** is tricky because it comes in markets that are trending and indicators tend to diverge for long periods of time

**55.** I like to use RSI as it has stood the test of time for me, however i will rarely trade in the direction of the ** Divergence** unless many other factors line up

**56.** The ** Divergence** theorem states that the surface integral of the normal component of a vector point function “F” over a closed surface “S” is equal to the volume integral of the

**57.** Thus, the ** Divergence** theorem is symbolically

**58.** ** Divergence** is an operation on a vector field that tells us how the field behaves toward or away from a point

**59.** Locally, the ** Divergence** of a vector field F in ℝ 2 ℝ 2 or ℝ 3 ℝ 3 at a particular point P is a measure of the “outflowing-ness” of the vector field at P.

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**61.** ** Divergence** occurs when the moving averages move away from each other

**62.** ** Divergence** is a measure of source or sink at a particular point

**63.** Below is an example of a field with a positive ** Divergence**.

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