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    complementary forms

    "The governing equations of fluid flow can be written in two forms, the differential form and the integral form. These two forms are complementary."
    https://confluence.cornell.edu/displ...Fluid+Dynamics

    Which of the definitions in the link fit for complementary used above?

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    Re: complementary forms


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