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What are some simple examples I can use to demonstrate the power of geometric algebra?

What are some simple examples I can use to demonstrate the power of geometric algebra over "everyday" vector algebra? An alternative way of thinking of this question might be: what example ...
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What *is* the working form of a 1-vector in geometric algebra?

Consider the geometric algebra definition of 0-vectors (scalar), 1-vectors (vector), and the inner product. Let $a$ and $b$ be 1-vectors. Then $a + b = c$, where $c$ is another 1-vector. Now, ...
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index free proof of dot product of two wedge products

I am learning geometric algebra, and meet an identy of (edited according to Andrey's comments below) $$ (a\wedge b)\cdot(c\wedge d) = (a \cdot d)(b\cdot c) - (a \cdot c)(b \cdot d)$$ as in wiki ...
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Are there simple examples of Banach spaces with no non-trivial Clifford Isometries?

By a Banach space $X$ I mean, a complete normed vector space and by a Clifford isometry I mean a surjective isometry $\gamma$ of $X$ such that the distance $d(\gamma x, x)$ is constant on $X$. ...
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Good introductory book on geometric algebra

The title of the question already says it all but I would like to add that I would really like the book to be more about geometric algebra than its applications : it should contain theorems' proofs. ...