Mathematics and Entrepreneurship

One of the special things at Stanford is the so-called “entrepreneurial spirit,” well backed by an army of CS majors that comprise of 40% of the undergrad population. I like to think of the entrepreneurial spirit as euphemism for six-figure-salary opportunism that inevitably develops in a campus surrounded by tech giants but it is generally […]

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A Linear Algebra Analogy

I got destroyed by my LinAlg midterm – didn’t study. On the positive note, here’s a new way I discovered that helped me understand the Rank-Nullity Theorem, which states for a linear transformation , We can rewrite this as: Imagine we are at a party, and is a mapping of boys to girls. The basis […]

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Science vs Engineering

I believe the world’s first trillionaire will be a scientist. Bill Gates encourages potential opportunity-seekers to study science. Mark Cuban believes the world’s first trillionaire will be whoever masters artificial intelligence (a stronger version of my claim). Why? First off, a big shout out to the app Dictate, the new voice to text app I’m […]

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Calculate Your Worth

One of the biggest epiphanies in my life that forever lifted me from the curses of everyday life was that I will not base my worth on what any one person thinks about me, because there’re more objective ways to measure one’s worth. That being said, I think it’s important this message is delivered because […]

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