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1. What constitutes a Hilbert Space and how is it different (if it is) from the usual vector space?

2. What does it mean to "normalize" a function in QM vs normalize a vector in standard vector notation.

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The solution gives a brief description of Hilbert Space and its connection to probability and normalization.

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