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Also ML M = nk=1 wk M Q The cases where P and Q are mixed grade can now be expressed in terms of the homogeneous cases. We will only consider the mixed grade case where P = P 1 + P r and Q = Q 1 + Q r because this is all we currently require. The coefficient of β will have terms of the form Ψ Pˇ P + P Pˇ = 2 Ψ Pˇ P 1 + 2 Ψ Pˇ 1 1 + 2 Ψ Pˇ · P r r + P 1 P r · Pˇ . 12) The first two terms involve a single grade and are handled by the homogeneous cases. The last term can only make a contribution when r = 5.

Wk (Qˇ k XPk + Q k=1 Then the maximiser of ML M subject to M ∈ M is given by M = R + Q where R is an eigenrotator of PR L associated with the largest eigenvalue, L = L − L (P¯ Q L PQ )+ L , and Q = −(P¯ Q L PQ )+ L R. 15) is given by L(X) = 1 α 2 XL X − 2 ( XX − 1) for X ∈ M. The first-order optimality condition ∂X L = 0 − gives P¯ M L X = α P¯ M X. Let X = R + Q ∈ M where R ∈ R+ 3 and Q ∈ R3 n∞ . Using P¯ M = PR + P¯ Q , we can separate ∂X L = 0 into R and Q components as follows: PR L R + PR L Q = αR, P¯ Q L R + P¯ Q L Q = 0.

It is the product of an even number of vectors and satisfies T T = 1, so it is a rotor. Let M¯ denote the rotors of the form M = T R where T is a transversor and R a rotator. 2 X ∈ M¯ ⇔ X ∈ M and X X = 1. + The intersection of M and M is R+ 3 . The rotators R lie in R3 and are a subset of both M and M¯. The relationship between the spaces M, M , M, M¯, R+ 3 , R, and R+ is shown in Fig. 1. We will sometimes want to project an element X ∈ R4,1 4,1 J on M or M. Let {eJ } be a basis for M, and {e } be the associated reciprocal basis in M.