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Let's assume we have a Clifford algebra of one of the following two kinds: [tex]\mathcal{C}\ell_{n,0}[/tex] or [tex]\mathcal{C}\ell_{0,n}[/tex].

Is it possible to say which algebras will admit a multiplicative inverse for each multivector element?

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# Clifford algebras with inverse?

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