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may help you. If not, can you please clarify what you're signifying by z1, z2?
Hey,
LetV = C^2 be standard complex vector space of dimension 2. Is the
map b: V x V ->C given by b((z1,z2),(w1,w2)) = z1w2+ z2w1 sequilinear?
I have tried to work out b((z1,z2),a(w1,w2)+b(v1,v2)) with a,b belonging to C, but cannot find the right argument to show it.
thnx
This article:
Sesquilinear form - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
may help you. If not, can you please clarify what you're signifying by z1, z2?