a) If u and v are non-zero vectors, but Proj(u onto v) = 0, what conclusion can be drawn?
b) If Proj(u onto v) = 0, does it follow that Proj(v onto u) = 0? Explain.
a) If u and v are non-zero vectors, but Proj(u onto v) = 0, what conclusion can be drawn?
b) If Proj(u onto v) = 0, does it follow that Proj(v onto u) = 0? Explain.
Small, clear explanation would be fine thanks
(a) Use the scalar (dot) product formula to give the projection of onto , which is: