Find a basis perpendicular to W.
Let and
and let W be the subspace spanned by V and U.
I am pretty confused on this topic right now I just dont seem to know what i need to do to solve problems like these.
Any help would be great
Thank you
Find a basis perpendicular to W.
Let and
and let W be the subspace spanned by V and U.
I am pretty confused on this topic right now I just dont seem to know what i need to do to solve problems like these.
Any help would be great
Thank you
Using the gram schmidt process is not getting me the right answer
I even normalized the orthogonal basis i got and those are wrong as well.
Using the process i got
and
i plugged those in and they were wrong.
so i normalized those to get the orthononormal vectors
and
Can you see where i am going wrong?
This is for online homework and i dont have the book cause i am fairly good at math and the professor said we didnt need it unless we needed an extra source of help (mine is this forum haha).
If i look at the professors power points i would think it relates to the section called Orthogonal Vectors in R^n, but i am not positive....
I found this on yahoo answers and it looks similar to my question but i am a little unsure what is done to get the answer. maybe you will know what is going on
Find a basis of the subspace of R4 that consists of all vectors perpendicular to both:? - Yahoo! Answers