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I'd like to know if anybody has the solution of the aplication of nabla's operator to geometrical product:

ab=a·b+a^b

(inner and outer product)

And if it's possible to apply a operator like this:

d/dt + d/dx i + d/dy j + d/dz k.

and the rules to operate.

My best reggards.

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# Nabla operator to geometric product

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