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Linear Algebra - Inner Product problem
Well then, assuming v= {b1...bn}, u={a1...an} there could still be a (u,v)=0 when v= {-an......-a} and u isn't 0
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Linear Algebra - Inner Product problem
I need help to know if I'm on the right track: Prove/Disprove the following: Let u ∈ V . If (u, v) = 0 for every v ∈ V such that v ≠ u, then u = 0. (V is a vector-space) I think I need to disprove by using v = 0, however I'm not sure.
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