I've been googling but I haven't found anything useful. I am trying to understand how multiplying a matrix (or object of numbers - whatever you want to call it, like a matrix is 2D, a vector is 1D) of several dimensions works? I am writing some models for solving linear programs and it has a lot of summations which look very sloppy. I am hoping to represent things more elegantly. So how does multiplication of several-dimensional objects?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Several Dimensional Multiplication

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