Let x ∈ Rn and let p be the orthogonal projection of x onto W where W is a subspace of Rn. Provethat for all y ∈ W ,

||x−(p+y)||2 =||x−p||2 +||y||2.

Now expanding out using the defn of norm (dot product) doesn't get me very far, any hints?

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- December 12th 2013, 08:36 PMturbozzOrthogonal Projections Proof
Let x ∈ Rn and let p be the orthogonal projection of x onto W where W is a subspace of Rn. Provethat for all y ∈ W ,

||x−(p+y)||2 =||x−p||2 +||y||2.

Now expanding out using the defn of norm (dot product) doesn't get me very far, any hints? - December 12th 2013, 09:36 PMromsekRe: Orthogonal Projections Proof

now y is in W, x-p is orthogonal to W so

- December 12th 2013, 11:12 PMromsekRe: Orthogonal Projections Proof
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- December 12th 2013, 11:18 PMromsekRe: Orthogonal Projections Proof