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  • curprev 01:39, 18 May 2022Eric Lengyel talk contribs 774 bytes +774 Created page with "The ''grade'' of a basis element in a geometric algebra is equal to the number of basis vectors present in its factorization. An arbitrary element whose components all have the same grade is also said to have that grade. The ''antigrade'' of a basis element is equal to the number of basis vectors absent from its factorization. The grade of an element $$a$$ is denoted by $$\operatorname{gr}(a)$$, and the antigrade is denoted by $$\operatorname{ag}(a)$$. In an ''n''-dime..."