? normed space and metric space
Hi:
What are the differences between a normed space and a metric space?
I thought a metric space means a space that comes with the "distance"
being defined, and likewise a normed space with a norm being defined.
But isn't norm kind of distance? Any differences?
Thanks,
by Cheng Cosine
Feb/17/2k8 NC
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