### Inner product

Consider the functions below and the corresponding inner product are these functions orthogonal to each other with respect to the inner product? f(x)=cos x g(x)=(3 cos ^2 x-1) {INTEGRAL sign from 0 to pi} f(x) g(x) sin x dx

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Consider the functions below and the corresponding inner product are these functions orthogonal to each other with respect to the inner product? f(x)=cos x g(x)=(3 cos ^2 x-1) {INTEGRAL sign from 0 to pi} f(x) g(x) sin x dx

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