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Nehushtan
2013-04-14 04:27:28

This is only true if the basis is orthonormal (not just orthogonal), i.e.
and
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Similarly
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mrpace
2012-09-13 09:59:50

Show that if  {v1 , v2} is an orthogonal basis of a vector space V, and x=c1v1 + c2v2 for any real V, then ci = <x, vi>

this seems super hard to me.

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