Jordan Ring

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Date of Birth June 29, 1983
Place of Birth England
Age 37 years old
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In abstract algebra, a Jordan algebra is an nonassociative algebra over a field whose multiplication satisfies the following axioms: # xy = yx # = x. The product of two elements x and y in a Jordan algebra is also denoted x ∘ y, particularly to avoid confusion with the product of a related associative algebra. The axioms imply that a Jordan algebra is power-associative and satisfies the following generalization of the Jordan identity: x^n = x^m for all positive integers m and n. Jordan algebras were first introduced by to formalize the notion of an algebra of observables in quantum mechanics. They were originally called "r-number systems", but were renamed "Jordan algebras" by, who began the systematic study of general Jordan algebras.

About Jordan Ring

Reality star and model known to Love Island fans on a contestant on the first season of the dating reality show. His muscular physique led to him being given the nickname "Hulk."

Before Fame

He has worked as a groundsman in a family hotel and restaurant in Gloucestershire, England.


He is a boxer and kickboxer who has competed in semiprofessional competitions.

Family Life

He had a romance with Zoe Brown during his time on Love Island.


He was castmates with Max Morley on season 1 of Love Island.

Information related to Jordan algebra

  • Freudenthal algebra - In algebra, Freudenthal algebras are certain Jordan algebras constructed from composition algebras.
  • Scorza variety - In mathematics, a k-Scorza variety is a smooth projective variety, of maximal dimension among those whose k–1 secant varieties are not the whole of projective space. Scorza varieties were introduced and classified by, who named them after Gaetano Scorza.
  • Non-associative algebras
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Latest information about Jordan Ring updated on March 08, 2021.