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Old 06-16-2015, 05:09 AM
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Default Problem 3.15

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Would anyone please give me a clue to Problem 3.15 (c)?
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Default Re: Problem 3.15

Consider any solution w and write it as w=w_{lin}+\delta. Show that w_{lin} and \delta are orthogonal. To do this use the fact that both w and w_{lin} satisfy the Normal Equations, and w_{lin} has a specific form.

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