K kookie Nov 2017 2 0 Georgia Nov 18, 2017 #1 Prove the identity \(\displaystyle Au.v = u.A^T v\) Note that "." in the equation means dot product. I know that I should write the dot products as products of matrices but I don't know how to do it. Thanks in advance Last edited: Nov 18, 2017

Prove the identity \(\displaystyle Au.v = u.A^T v\) Note that "." in the equation means dot product. I know that I should write the dot products as products of matrices but I don't know how to do it. Thanks in advance

J Joppy Feb 2016 1,849 657 . Nov 18, 2017 #2 You can use "\cdot" instead of using a full stop to denote the dot product.

skipjack Forum Staff Dec 2006 21,301 2,377 Nov 19, 2017 #3 See page 364 of this publication. Reactions: 1 person