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This looks a pretty nice forum. So here's my question:

How do I find/show a basis ororthogonalbasis relative to an inner product? The reason I ask, is because in my mind I see the inner product as a scalar, and thus I find it difficult to "imagine" how a scalar lives in a space.

Many thanks! I would like to discuss.

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# Inner products and orthogonal basis

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