Wedge Property

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PhyAmateur
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What is $$ (a \wedge b)(c\wedge d)(e \wedge f)(g \wedge h) $$ equal to?
 

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Svein
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You need to define what space you are working in. Not necessarily because of the wedge, but the "products".
 
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PhyAmateur
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I am just asking like that
 
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PhyAmateur
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just to know how wedges act
 

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