1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data data Solving differential k forms. 2. Relevant equations I don't want to give any exact problems from my problem set. 3. The attempt at a solution solution. The text I'm using, CH Edwards, is very abstract in this section and the explanation over a sped up, last class and a half of the semester was only more vague. I think I understand the definition of a k form and how they go through the grad, curl, and div as k increases but I'm losing it on the proof which jumps over what it considers "routine but brute force computations". Is there a bit more concrete way to explain the direction I'm trying to go?