if i have a vector field [itex]\vec{F}=(f_1,f_2,f_3)[/itex],i know which for obtain 1-form associated with it i do [itex]\vec{F}^{\flat}=f_1dx^1+f_2dx^2+f_2dx^3[/itex], but how can i get the 2-form and p-form associated with that vector field?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

And one more thing, the musician isomorphisms which i used is only valid in cartesian coordinates? in general i have to use in some way the metric to obtain the p-form associated?

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# P-form associated with vectors

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