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1. Let (u,v) be the Euclidean inner product on R ^2, and let u = (1,1) v = (3,2), w = (0, -1), and k = 3. Compute the following. b. {kv, w}

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woah it got messed up....
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did I do this correctly?
im not sure i understand the notation in the question
what does: b. {kv, w} mean?
u = (1,1) v = (3,2), w = (0, -1), and k = 3 kv: 3(3, 2) w: (0,-1) -------------- dot product is: -6 but what does the b. mean?
part b.
the Euclidean inner product should be the same thing right?
yes, inner product and dot procuct appear to be synonomous
This is honestly tyhe third time this has appeared in the book.... Idk why we are relearning it :p.
I guess the only thing we really learned was it being "weighed." with the 2 and the 3....

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