I have this problem that says show that is an orthonormal set relative to the inner product defined by . When I take the norms of each item in the set I get 1/2, 1, 1 respectively. Could someone point out to what I am doing wrong?
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I have this problem that says show that is an orthonormal set relative to the inner product defined by . When I take the norms of each item in the set I get 1/2, 1, 1 respectively. Could someone point out to what I am doing wrong?
Thanks
Are you sure it's supposed to be an orthonormal set and not just an orthogonal set? I get what you get for the norms, so the set is definitely not orthonormal w.r.t. that inner product. Maybe they meant to have the set
which I believe is orthonormal w.r.t. that inner product.