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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have a quetion about the forms.

When we say, "differential forms of degree one (or more)" rather than degree zero, the algebra is now mixed with topological properties. Am I correct?

I am simply trying to find my way to understand this.

When we say, "differential forms of degree one (or more)" rather than degree zero, the algebra is now mixed with topological properties. Am I correct?

I am simply trying to find my way to understand this.