Normalisation of The Meaning of Life

What happens when you combine the effects of Linear Algebra, Mathematical Modeling, Philosophy and awesome literature? Find out now!

If we first start by assuming that the meaning of life is a n-dimensional vector: vMoL = [v1, v2,…,vn] of which the length (or norm) is the complete meaning of life.

We know that the meaning of life is 42. Thus ||vMoL|| = 42.

Now the question of the normalisation of the meaning of life is trivial.
u = (1/||vMoL||)vMoL = (1/42)[v1, v2,…,vn]

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