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As a linear representation # A tensor can be represented as a vector of x-number of dimensions. Basically, a generalization on top of scalars, vectors, and matrices. The specific “flavor” of the tensor (i.e. is it a scalar, vector, or matrix) is clarified by referring to the tensor’s “rank”. For instance; a rank 0 tensor is a scalr, rank 1 tensor is a one-dimensional vector, a rank 2 tensor is a two-dimensional vector (\(2x2\) matrix), etc. ...