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Is there a way to "visualize" the tensor product of two (or ##n##) vectors/tensors/algebras/etc.?

I'm having a lot of trouble making the tensor product feel intuitive. I know its properties, and I can usually apply it without too much of a problem, but it does not feel "easy." Any ideas?

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# Seeing Tensor Products

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