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mnb96

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I know that the squared norm of a multivector

*M*in a Clifford Algebra [tex]\mathcal{C}\ell_{n,0}[/tex] is given by:

[tex]<M \widetilde{M}>_0[/tex]

that is the 0-grade part of the product of

*M*and its grade-reversal.

Is there a more general definition of squared-norm (for multivectors) that works for any Clifford algebra [tex]\mathcal{C}\ell_{p,q}[/tex] or at least for [tex]\mathcal{C}\ell_{0,n}[/tex] ?

Thanks!