## Tensors

In linear algebra, a tensor is an array of data expanding in multiple (or zero) independent dimensions. It is used to represent quantities/equations/functions with multiple components, for example, the equation $3x+2y=0$ could be represented with the tensor $[3\ 2\ 0]$ where each value in the tensor represents the different components of the equation. The number of independent dimensions of a tensor is called its rank. Vectors and matrices could be generalized with the term tensor....