right, I should have said on. In particular since there is the important class of examples of exterior algebras ON modules OVER rings, such as notably the deRham complex.

]]>I merged the two entries. I decided to make "Grassmann algebra" an example at exterior algebra taking the point of view that Grassmann algebra is specifically the exterior algebra over a (graded) vector space.

]]>John put in a definition at Grassmann algebra. Should these be distinguished from exterior algebra?

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