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For a certain incompressible flow field it is suggested that the velocity components are given by the equations: u=2xy , v=-x^2y , w=0 . Is this a physically possible flow field?

For a certain incompressible flow field it is suggested that the velocity components are given by the equations: u=2xy , v=-x^2y , w=0 . Is this a physically possible flow field?