Deep Appreciation At Second Sight

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Seven years ago I sat through my linear algebra (LA) class as an undergrad at the University of Florida. Like most math studied for a mark, it blurred by as I (unfortunately )forewent deep understanding for test memorization. I recalled matrices, the infamous RREF, Cramers Rule, eigen-everything & all the expected buzzwords…

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Jesus Najera

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Owner @ SetDesign, NightKnight & CryptoSpace | Product Designer | Hobbyist Mathematician | VR Developer | MS in Finance @ UF

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