norm (x) = abs(x1) + abs(x2)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

norm (x) = 2abs(x1) + 3abs(x2)

It satisfied the first two properties, but I'm having trouble showing the Triangle Inequality is true. Proving the Triangle Inequality for the Euclidean norm is easy because you can get both sides into the Cauchy-Schwartz Inequality. However, I can't get these in that form. I'm wondering, though, if I could use the absolute value sum inequality to simply show it's true since the vectors are added component-wise.

abs(A + B) < /equal to abs(A) + abs(B)

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# Homework Help: Show the following define norms on R2

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