If you observe the difference between subsequent numbers of the sequence, youll notice that the numbers missing are the ones on the sequence.

1 3 7 12 18 26 35 45 56 69

2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13

The seuqence adds the enxt number with n+1 but it checks to see if that number exists in the sequence if it is go to next number if not add that number.

so the next number woudld be 69+(13+1) = 83

]]>I think studying machine learning is a great motivator to dive deeper into linear algebra. Of course, machine learning is not just linear algebra (also statistics, optimization, probabilities) but a lot of interesting problems require background in linear algebra.

So far, the little things that I have studied about linear algebra beyond the courses at the university and Strang are because of Machine Learning. If I find anything interesting, I will update you.

]]>I know I’ll definitely come across LinAlg in the future, and I’m really looking forward to taking the time to explore its wonders. If you have any recommendations on books or lectures that go just beyond what we were taught at an Undergraduate level (besides some of Strang’s lectures towards the end which do go beyond that), I’d be really interested to look into them.

]]>…Btw, thanks for the help with jQuery!

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