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I'm currently working through a differential geometry book that uses Clifford's algebra instead of differential forms. If anybody has knowledge of both, would you please explain what the differences between the approaches are, and what (if any) are the advantages of each type?

Thanks for your help,

Mike

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# DG - Clifford Algebra / Differential Forms

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