Consider the inner product space with the usual inner product. Starting with the basis
{ } = { },
find an orthogonal basis using the Gram-Schmidt process.
[QUOTE=funnyinga;324406]Im really stuck here. The complex numbers are confusing me. Here is what I have done (although its probably all wrong).
Let
Then
So
Just treat "i" as if it were a variable.
That is .
and
Ive tried to get the answer but havent had any results.