Let # : PxP->R defined as #((x1,y1),(x2,y2))=SquareRoot of : (1/16(x2-x1)^2+1/9(y2-y1)^2. Show that # is a premetric but you dont have to check the triangle inequality.
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Originally Posted by nikie1o2 Let # : PxP->R defined as #((x1,y1),(x2,y2))=SquareRoot of : (1/16(x2-x1)^2+1/9(y2-y1)^2. I for one, connot read that. Can you post the question using LaTeX?
Originally Posted by Plato I for one, connot read that. Can you post the question using LaTeX?
Originally Posted by nikie1o2 Let # : PxP->R defined as #((x1,y1),(x2,y2))=SquareRoot of : (1/16(x2-x1)^2+1/9(y2-y1)^2. Show that # is a premetric but you dont have to check the triangle inequality. Come on is and ??
Originally Posted by nikie1o2 I am trying to but i keep getting an error... not to technological savvy
Originally Posted by nikie1o2
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