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    Finding a norm

    I need some assistance in finding ||x^2|| using both the Laguerre and the Legendre inner products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fwahm View Post
    I need some assistance in finding ||x^2|| using both the Laguerre and the Legendre inner products.
    So in your question, I guess if x=(x,y) then x^2 = (x^2,y^2) . You know that if x^2 is an inner product space the norm is defined by \|x^2\| = \sqrt{\left\langle x^2,y^2 \right\rangle}.
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    I am aware of that, but I am confused on how to utilize the Legendre, and in a separate section, the Laguerre, inner products to determine the answer.
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