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Now he has to show that these vectors span an N dimensional space. He does this by first raising the point that the space of functions f:G--->C is N dimensional since in the regular representation we can write every function on the group elements as a functional, or a covector. I don't see however how this space is spanned by the vectors from the orthonormal proof.

Can anyone please help me out, and also I need some confirmation that what I think I understand, I actually got right.

Thanks