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As I was solving a problem in general relativity, my final answer needs to get a little fancier. So my final answer was as follows: $$ (\bar{U}{U})^3 (\epsilon_{ijk} \frac{d\omega^i}{dx^k} \theta^k) \wedge (\epsilon_{ijk} \frac{d\omega^i}{dx^k} \theta^k) $$ But if my theta's are equal to one another they will eat themselves out. This mean for example $$(\theta^1 \wedge \theta^1 = 0)$$ So I don't know if using some neat maths trick I can write out my final answer without the need to put a note of what I just wrote. How to make the equation speak for itself?

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# How to make my equation fancier?

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