There are two continuous function p and q in the continuous interval[-1,1] , prove the following inner product space is undefined
Integrate (x*p(x)*q(x)) d(x) (from -1 to 1)
I have no clue in how to prove this =(
Is "undefined"???
Surely you mean just "show that the integral defines an inner product on that space". And you do that, as dwsmith said, by showing that the "rules" for an inner product are satisfies.Integrate (x*p(x)*q(x)) d(x) (from -1 to 1)
I have no clue in how to prove this =(