#### exchemist

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That wasWell, there might be some hope.

But you've been watching a video onmatricesand linear algebra. Matrix algebra and linear algebra are kind of the same thing, at least in a Euclidean space.

In physics, every space has a Hilbert space associated with it, Hilbert spaces are more general than Euclidean spaces. And sure, there a a lot of programming languages that handle matrices and operations on them.

Try writing a program that can handle a permutation group (like for a deck of cards, say).

If you think linear algebra is complicated, try this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert_space

**not**a clever suggestion!