In C[0,1], with inner product defined by (3), consider the vectors 1 and x. Find the angle theta between 1 and x. (3) Find the angle theta between 1 and x
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by dwsmith In C[0,1], with inner product defined by (3), consider the vectors 1 and x. Find the angle theta between 1 and x. (3) Find the angle theta between 1 and x didnot get your question. could you please elaborate???
Originally Posted by dwsmith In C[0,1], with inner product defined by (3), consider the vectors 1 and x. Find the angle theta between 1 and x. (3) Find the angle theta between 1 and x
Originally Posted by dwsmith In C[0,1], with inner product defined by (3), consider the vectors 1 and x. Find the angle theta between 1 and x. (3) Find the angle theta between 1 and x You are thinking of C[0,1] as an inner product space with the standard inner product . Of course, in any inner product space, where is the angle between u and v. The particular calculation for the angle between u= 1 and v= x should be easy.
After taking the integral, I obtain 1/2. How does that help me obtain the angle of pi/6?
After taking what integral? The formula I gave you, requires three integrals to determine <u, v>, |u|, and |v|.
View Tag Cloud