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Prove 3.52

Linear Algebra Done Right (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9783319110790 | Authors: Sheldon Axler ISBN: 9783319110790 432

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Prove 3.52

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▯ Motion Photography ▯ Watkins: Yosemite photographer  Brought Yosemite to a popular audience ▯ Muybridge: Watkins’ competitor  Not as great photos, but better businessman  When Watkins went broke, Muybridge came to the forefront with Yosemite  Did cloud studies and did composite photography to combine them in pictures where the sky was overexposed  San Francisco Panorama, 1877  Most famous for: Motion studies (animals + humans)  Game changer: dry plate photography (easier + faster, allowing for motion studies)  Myth: started with Leland Stanford: bet that when a horse gallops all four legs come off the ground at the same time and Muybridge

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Textbook: Linear Algebra Done Right (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics)
Edition: 3
Author: Sheldon Axler
ISBN: 9783319110790

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