Prove that if f and g are functional linear in the vectorial space V, then g it is the dot product of f if, and only if the null space of g contains to the null space of f.
Last edited by Debor; March 3rd 2010 at 08:43 PM.
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General vector spaces don't have "dot products" and, in any case, a "dot product" is a product of two vectors so it doesn't make sense to say that "g it is the dot product of f".
I'm afraid this is a language problem.
yes, is a language problem
Originally Posted by Debor yes, is a language problem
Entonces escríbelo en español y explica cada definición que no sea estándar.
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