I'm confused about norms. I have

1) $\displaystyle A=1-ic\sin\theta$

2)$\displaystyle \parallel A \parallel = 1+c^2\sin^2\theta$

How does one get from 1) to 2)? What kind of norm would this be? (i is imaginary number)

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- Sep 26th 2011, 05:52 AMJason BourneNorm of a function?
I'm confused about norms. I have

1) $\displaystyle A=1-ic\sin\theta$

2)$\displaystyle \parallel A \parallel = 1+c^2\sin^2\theta$

How does one get from 1) to 2)? What kind of norm would this be? (i is imaginary number) - Sep 26th 2011, 06:25 AMPlatoRe: Norm of a function?