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October 24th, 2016, 11:15 PM   #1
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How can l prove that (a,b)=2(a/2,b/2) if a and b are positive integers
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It seems to follow from the definition of scalar multiplication of a vector.
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How can l prove that (a,b)=2(a/2,b/2) if a and b are positive integers
And it will hold for any a, b.

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