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i am learning orthogonal polynomials, but still confused.

what is the meaning of "orthogonal" here?

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i am learning orthogonal polynomials, but still confused.

what is the meaning of "orthogonal" here?

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[tex] \left<f,g\right>= \int_0^1 f(x) g(x) dx[/tex]

Now f and g are orthogonal [tex]\iff \left<f,g\right>=0[/tex].

A set of polynomials is called orthogonal if each polynomial is orthogonal to each other polynomial in the set.

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