1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 16. Suppose P is the projection matrix onto the line through a. (a) Why is the inner product of x with Py equal to the inner product of Px with y? (b) Are the two angles the same? Find their cosines if a = (1;1;¡1), x = (2;0;1), y = (2;1;2). (c) Why is the inner product of Px with Py again the same? What is the angle between those two? 2. Relevant equations Px = (a^t x / a^t a)a Py = (a^t y / a^t a)a 3. The attempt at a solution I tried to multiply out the general vectors of size n and then do their dot product, but it got way to complicated. I'm not sure which angles they want me to find the angles between. Obviously the angle between Px and Py is 0. But the angles between x and y could be arbitrary ( not talking about the specific ones in part b ), and I can't see which angles between which vectors should make it obvious that part a is true.