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Alan Turing’s letter to a schoolboy defining linear algebra

Sorting through a box of papers recetly, “maths genius” Lionel March stumbled across a hidden treasure – a three page letter from Alan Turing written to him when he was a schoolboy. LionelĀ  had created a new form of algebra which so impressed academics that it was sent to the code breaker at his computing laboratory at Manchester University. Turing wrote two letters to Lionel,...
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