People drop by and say, “Hey, does anyone have an engaging, concise problem to motivate (eg.) matrix row reduction?” and Jason pops back with an awesome seven-word problem involving $5,000,000 in a stolen leather satchel which covers the entire standard.
You’re like, “Cool, but can I see that in a tenth grade,” and the dude obliges.
Credit, also, to Steve Peters, my UCD roommate, now at MIT for a doctorate in robot clouds or something, for putting his big brain to use around here.
What I’m saying is that perhaps I have underestimated these internets of yours, thank you.