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gravenewworld

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Should I show that the norm does not satisfy the parallelogram law?

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gravenewworld

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Should I show that the norm does not satisfy the parallelogram law?

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Gokul43201

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And just to clarify, you have the inner product defined as :

[tex] \langle f,g \rangle = \int _a ^b (fg^* + f'g'^*)dx [/tex] ?

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gravenewworld

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And yes that is right inner product.

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