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  • one year ago

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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  1. anonymous
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    umm are you given a picture or anymore information?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i don't have anymore ! it's about K-form

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    okay give me some context what is k- form is this algebra?

  4. anonymous
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    it's calculus of several variables

  5. anonymous
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    damn okay give me a second, don't know much multivariable calculus

  6. anonymous
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    yep okay this is way beyond me :D

  7. anonymous
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    @pooja195

  8. anonymous
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    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

  9. anonymous
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    okay that sounds too cool to ignore, i'm determined to solve this problem now!!

  10. anonymous
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    okay so just to be clear this is what you have to prove right? \[w^d = -1^(19*74d^w)\]

  11. anonymous
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    all the stuff in parenthesis is an exponent of -1 right?

  12. anonymous
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    no

  13. anonymous
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    just the 19 then?

  14. anonymous
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    just 19∗74 is the exponent of -1

  15. anonymous
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    and the other ^ doesn't mean exponents

  16. anonymous
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    holy pellet !!!! what does it mean!!

  17. anonymous
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    is this tensor calculus ?!?

  18. anonymous
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    well, just ignore it for now. I'll back when i've clear image about it

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