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How to multiply matrices

This is for my homies in math class. Mathematical matrices are blocks of numbers, arrayed in 2-D. (Higher-dimensional arrays are called tensors.) Left “times” right equals target. Each entry in the target is the result of a series of +’s … Continue reading

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Outer Product

Well I thought the outer product was more complicated than this. An inner product is constructed by multiplying vectors A and B like Aᵀ × B. (ᵀ is for turned.) In other words, timesing each a guy from A by his … Continue reading

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