Hi. I'm trying to normalize the vector , but I'm getting the wrong answer. here's what I did: but length is not 1, since: thanks in advanced!
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Originally Posted by Stormey Hi. I'm trying to normalize the vector , but I'm getting the wrong answer. here's what I did: but length is not 1, since: thanks in advanced! I'm not familiar with the norm you have. I'm pretty sure . Ignoring that for now, you went from to in the denominator instead of .
I'm not familiar with the norm you have. I'm pretty sure . Originally Posted by Gusbob Ignoring that for now, you went from to in the denominator instead of . I'm always doing this stupid mistakes... so: and then: Originally Posted by Gusbob I'm not familiar with the norm you have. I'm pretty sure . What do you mean? Isn't the norm is defined to be: ?
Originally Posted by Stormey What do you mean? Isn't the norm is defined to be: ? Yes, so in your case, and
Originally Posted by Gusbob Yes, so in your case, and isn't supposed to be squared? plus if , then: and then: which means that can't be equal to
Yes, and they are squared! and . And the length of is 1:
Originally Posted by Stormey . . . then: That looks right to me. And does equal 1. And does equal .
Oh... I forgot about the conjugate. Thank you all for the help.
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