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i added the question in the link

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my problem with this question starts with this W(and the T shape up side down) simbol

it represents a vector which is perpandicular to W

so why are they ask me to find the orthogonal(perpandicular) basis

to that perpandicular to W vector??(its already perpandicular to W)

so my answer should be the vectors of W

but in the answer they extract the vectors

from the formula and look for a vector which is perpandicular

to both vectors of Wif there were only W then i whould exract the vectors of the formula

and using gramm shmit

i would find the orghonormal basis(which includes in itself orthogonality)

but i was ask to find the orthogonal vectors of this W (upsidedown T)

i don't know what is the formula of its vectors??

http://img232.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img8282ef1.jpg

my problem with this question starts with this W(and the T shape up side down) simbol

it represents a vector which is perpandicular to W

so why are they ask me to find the orthogonal(perpandicular) basis

to that perpandicular to W vector??(its already perpandicular to W)

so my answer should be the vectors of W

but in the answer they extract the vectors

from the formula and look for a vector which is perpandicular

to both vectors of Wif there were only W then i whould exract the vectors of the formula

and using gramm shmit

i would find the orghonormal basis(which includes in itself orthogonality)

but i was ask to find the orthogonal vectors of this W (upsidedown T)

i don't know what is the formula of its vectors??

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