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Let, \( f \) and \( g \) be two function in vector space of functions. The scalar product is defined as http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_product#Functions and they are orthogonal if the scalar product is zero. What is the geometrical interpretation of orthogonality of functions? What is the big idea behind it?
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Let, \( f \) and \( g \) be two function in vector space of functions. The scalar product is defined as http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_product#Functions and they are orthogonal if the scalar product is zero. What is the geometrical interpretation of orthogonality of functions? What is the big idea behind it?

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