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Topic: Orthogonal complement
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Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz

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Re: Orthogonal complement
Posted: Mar 5, 2013 12:39 PM
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In <kh3a0i$cjv$1@news.cc.tut.fi>, on 03/05/2013
at 01:17 AM, Kaba <kaba@nowhere.com> said:

>The problem is that while it is possible to prove, for V
>non-degenerate, that


> S intersect C(S) = {0},

No. Perhaps you're thinking of the stronger definite rather than
nondegenerate.

>My intuition says that these properties hold only for
>finite-dimensional spaces,


Yes.

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