Hey guys, I'm a graphics programmer by trade that has been able to stumble his way through the math necessary to get the job done. But I want to take my understanding to the next level.
Currently I'm reading Introduction to Linear Algebra, 4th Edition by Gilbert Strang. So far it has been really awesome to learn these other less concrete uses of vectors/matrices! But a huge stumbling block for me is understanding a lot of the notation used, and searching for terms based on "that R looking thing with the extra line" isn't very helpful at times.
I've not really taken Calculus or Linear Algebra at a high level, just did some quick "classes" (like a month long) in college. Do you guys have any tips for understanding the notation better?
SeaboltMember Since 26 May 2010
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