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So in 3-dimensional space, a second-rank tensor is represented by 32 = 9 numbers. In N-dimensional space, [how many numbers for scalar, vector and tensor?]
scalars still require only one number, vectors require N numbers, and tensors require NR numbers

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#calculus #mathematics #tensors #vectors
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So in 3-dimensional space, a second-rank tensor is represented by 32 = 9 numbers. In N-dimensional space, [how many numbers for scalar, vector and tensor?]
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#calculus #mathematics #tensors #vectors
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So in 3-dimensional space, a second-rank tensor is represented by 32 = 9 numbers. In N-dimensional space, [how many numbers for scalar, vector and tensor?]
scalars still require only one number, vectors require N numbers, and tensors require NR numbers
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So in 3-dimensional space, a second-rank tensor is represented by 3 2 = 9 numbers. In N-dimensional space, scalars still require only one number, vectors require N numbers, and tensors require N R numbers

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