I'm not sure if this has been thought of, posted, or ran over before, but it's something I'm curious about..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Simply put, what is the ratio of singular to non-singular matrices? I've been thinking that it would probably be easier to start with a specific size, then work out from that.

So I just turned 21, so the last few days were spent sleeping with the nights being the vehicle of many parties. I figure I'll just post the most simple form of my idea then wait a few days for my capacity for abstract thought to return. Thanks for your minds.

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