My work in New Electromagnetism was blocked by the need to divide vectors. It struck me as odd that Vector Algebra has a multiply (products) but no divide. The 17th Rule of Acquisition -- The Ambiguity Tell -- considers this to be an ambiguity. The 17th Rule states that ambiguities indicate that a model or theory (or math in this case) is not the most fundamental form. So I went looking, and after a few attempts that failed other Rules of Acquisition, I finally developed a form of vector algebra that is consistent with the Rules of Acquisition. It eliminates the need for the complex operator as the sqrt(-1) is no longer imaginary.