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Bio I mostly tweet about math and programming. Lokasyon NYC Tweets 1,2K Followers 547 Following 416 Account created 22-06-2009 17:38:36 ID 49700785
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Android : Finally reunited with this headboard I made after 2 years of sitting in a storage unit across the country.
Android : "Sorry officer, my car has old version of TensorFlow, I'll update it tonight"
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Android : Jeremy Kun I suppose angles are easy and signed volumes are hard.
Android : Jeremy Kun Odd that both the basis and the perp vector completely describe the hyperplane, yet determinate is complicated and dot product is simple.
Twitter Web Client : Jeremy Kun oh, yes! if you have the vector that is off the hyperplane, then dot prod. if you only have the basis of the hyperplane, then determinant.
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Twitter Web Client : Jeremy Kun and the determinant is the generalization to n-dimensional space (what side of an n-1 dim hyperplane an n-dim vector is on)
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