>>10234584

>>not mentioning interesting theorems of your waifu to defend her

Literally every theorem is interesting. I particularly enjoy her multifaceted theory where all the core definitions of, basis, matrix and such flow together with a straight forward geometrical intuition.

Things like Cayley Hamilton, which boil down to one pretty simple formula, can be interpreted in many different lights, for example as a statement about determinants and non invertibility of Operators or as a statement about the basis of Matrix Vector spaces and such.

She also has 3 cute Sisters, functional analysis, numerics and control theory, each one focusing a bit more on certain aspects of her.

>its linear, there are no interesting theorems

I mean, ALOT of PDE theory is about linear things, but in some sense you are right. Linear Algebra tends to be quite basic, unless you get into things like Control theory or numerics, where it gets more involved.

>>10234607

>not being autistic