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Multiplication of Vectors and Structure of 3D Euclidean Space

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Multiplication of Vectors and Structure of 3D Euclidean Space
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Publisher: viXra
Number of pages: 70

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This text is intended as a motivational survey of geometric algebra in 3D. The intention here was to use simple examples and reader is referred to the independent problem solving. The active reading of text is recommended, with paper and pencil in hand.

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