If w is a 19-form and d is a 74-form, prove that w∧d = (−1)^19∗74 d∧w.

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If w is a 19-form and d is a 74-form, prove that w∧d = (−1)^19∗74 d∧w.

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umm are you given a picture or anymore information?
i don't have anymore ! it's about K-form
okay give me some context what is k- form is this algebra?

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it's calculus of several variables
damn okay give me a second, don't know much multivariable calculus
yep okay this is way beyond me :D
E open set in Rn , a differentiable form of order k>=1 in E is a function w represented by the sum w= sum of ai1... ik (x) dxi1...dxik
okay that sounds too cool to ignore, i'm determined to solve this problem now!!
okay so just to be clear this is what you have to prove right? \[w^d = -1^(19*74d^w)\]
all the stuff in parenthesis is an exponent of -1 right?
no
just the 19 then?
just 19∗74 is the exponent of -1
and the other ^ doesn't mean exponents
holy pellet !!!! what does it mean!!
is this tensor calculus ?!?
well, just ignore it for now. I'll back when i've clear image about it

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