How to start this proof? <u-p, p> = 0
Mar 25, 2010 #2 gabbagabbahey Homework Helper Gold Member 5,000 7 What are [itex]\textbf{u}[/itex] and [itex]\textbf{p}[/itex] supposed to represent? That statement isn't true for two general vectors [itex]\textbf{u}[/itex] and [itex]\textbf{p}[/itex]. What is the entire problem statement that you are given?
What are [itex]\textbf{u}[/itex] and [itex]\textbf{p}[/itex] supposed to represent? That statement isn't true for two general vectors [itex]\textbf{u}[/itex] and [itex]\textbf{p}[/itex]. What is the entire problem statement that you are given?
Mar 25, 2010 #4 Dustinsfl 2,285 5 Is that equivalent to <u, p> - <p, p> = <u, p> - [tex]\left\|p\right\|[/tex]^{2}