Template:High School Mathematics Extensions/Suggestions

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To tell the truth ,I haven't finished it. The theories included are not difficult for me because I have studied a little game theory. But, the passage is a little long for me, and I am not very interested in certain parts. It's maybe a little too much information for me. I will try to finish it. Thank you!

I was directed here for information before taking cryptography I. This was a good review of probability rules. A little disappointed that author didn't get back to the definition of independent events and continuous probability. And I don't know what happen at the end; it looked kind of cut off. But, overall it was a nice guide and thanks! - undergrad

Around the middle of the article, you introduced the notation of two numbers — one over the other — inside of parenthesis. There was no description of the meaning of this notation or how it is used.

I do not have a background in mathematics (In Fact, I was never any good at it). However, I have found this quite understandable for my novice capabilities. I was too referred here by my cryptography teacher. Now, I can look at his presentation with only one eye crossed. I am still a little confused about some of the information, such as binomial distribution. However, I will reread and see if I can understand.

Some sections got way to complex for me, with the info dumps.

I didn't get why the article started using a variable and "(1')" behind it. That was so confusing. The passage does not explain an actual use for matrices. I do know a little bit of vector math, but this wiki-book went from properties of matrices all the way to determinants way to fast.

Thank you, but I felt like some information was missing. Also, just a quick question. Is (n k) a column vector?

(n k) is not a column vector. It is a binomial coefficient https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial_coefficient