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Unformatted text preview: r <=> v1.v2 = 0 So you should apply the normal technique, verify if there are orthogonal and if there are NOT: apply Gram Schmidt ( to make t h I know people who didnt have 2 orthogonal vectors and they got the question. So jsut remember what I just wrote. AGAIN 2 Othogonals Vectors HAVE to Satisfy v1.v2 = 0 !!!! If you find for instance a basis of 3 Vectors for the kernel and your are asked to find an Orthogonal Basis you will have to apply Gram Schmidt to Make them Orthogonal !!! ( And then I you wil have to divide each of the vector by there absolute value ==> v1/v1=w1...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course MATH 263 taught by Professor Sidneytrudeau during the Fall '09 term at McGill.
 Fall '09
 SidneyTrudeau
 Math, Matrices, Vector Space

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