Hi guys, I'm trying to show that for where S is an inner product space that This looks simple but I just can't crack it at all
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I haven't worked it out, but it may be easier to manipulate the square of a norm. That is, it would be enough to show This way, you could write and . The inner products are much nicer to play with.
Originally Posted by kenndrylen Hi guys, I'm trying to show that for where S is an inner product space that This looks simple but I just can't crack it at all Denote by the corresponding inner product, so: , and we're done Tonio
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