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  • curprev 23:40, 16 November 2022Eric Lengyel talk contribs 1,064 bytes +18
  • curprev 03:12, 18 May 2022Eric Lengyel talk contribs 1,046 bytes +1,046 Created page with "A ''magnitude'' is a quantity that represents a concrete distance of some kind. In rigid geometric algebra, a magnitude $$\mathbf z$$ is composed of two components, a scalar and an antiscalar, as follows: :$$\mathbf z = x + y {\large\unicode{x1d7d9}}$$ Magnitudes are homogeneous just like everything else in a projective geometric algebra. This means it has both a bulk and a weight, and it is unitized by making the magnitude of its weight one. === Examples..."