i was told that its not an inner product
because the integral interval is from 1 to 2
so we dont know what on 0 to 1 interval
why its interfering?
what could happen that could make it a non inner product
?
i was told that its not an inner product
because the integral interval is from 1 to 2
so we dont know what on 0 to 1 interval
why its interfering?
what could happen that could make it a non inner product
?
It may be that <f,f> = INT{1,2} ( |f(x)|^2) dx = 0 without f(x) = 0 on all [0,1]