HallsofIvy wrote:"T" (with the double ended arrow over it) is a tensor with both i and j components. "a" is a vector with i components. Taking the "dot" product of "a" with the i components of "T" (the sum is over "i") leaves a vector with j components. That is what the subscript j indicates.
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