I have a function defined as:
I am asked to show that in as
To be honest, I don't understand the question completely. When I make a skecth of the first few functions it's clear that . It's the "in " which is confusing me.
Could someone clarify?
Thanks a bunch.
Presumably what they mean is that in whatever metric is placed on ( think is a more common notation--at least it is the notation used by such authors as Simmons). Since is evidently a vector space(algebra) one can guess that the metric is induced by a norm/inner product. Did they give you one?