Hi, can anyone help me solve this: 2 functions f and g are orthogonal on [a,b] if: Prove that sin and sin are orthogonal on the interval if m and n are integers such that ≠ Thanks.
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Originally Posted by coldfire Hi, can anyone help me solve this: 2 functions f and g are orthogonal on [a,b] if: Prove that sin and sin are orthogonal on the interval if m and n are integers such that ≠ Thanks. Please post what you've done and state where you get stuck. Note that .
Originally Posted by coldfire Hi, can anyone help me solve this: 2 functions f and g are orthogonal on [a,b] if: Prove that sin and sin are orthogonal on the interval if m and n are integers such that ≠ Thanks. Using the identitiy that So in your case you get It should all be down hill from here. EDIT: haha too slow
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