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ghulam shabbir

can you share your idea solution...



U loag kyun ni start kiya abhi tak....

Shabash karo start :D kuch mind me aya to zrooor bolain gay :p

Coz, we hv not time currently to discuss this one..

u r also include in mth501 team but just as a commentor.. :P Now, u should must improve ur status..


:'( i m just a commentor haan. 

mujhy bus commentor bol diya :'( not fair naa

Commentor are the very active persons who judge everything proactivily..n analysis the difference btwn wrong n right..its not the bad but the Great job..

m come back soon to discuss.In sha Allah.

ye GDB hai lkn assignment format my kia is ka extended day ho ga? 

same one..23 July 

no, Coz, its GDB not assign thats y.

A standard basis is a orthonormal basis in which each vector in the basis has only one nonzero entry, and that entry is equal to 1. The vectors are usually denoted e_i with i=1, ..., n, with n representing the dimension of the vector space that is spanned by this basis. For example, in the real vector space R^3, the standard basis is the set of vectors {{1,0,0},{0,1,0},{0,0,1}}.

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Gram-Schmidt example with 3 basis vectors: Gram-Schmidt example with 3 basis vectors

Thanks for this. its really helpful.. 


how can we relate this link to our GDB i can't understand ??

tell me what we can obtain from this?


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