let F, G be Form of V,W; :: thesis: ( ( for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ) & ( for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds G . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ) implies F = G )

assume that

A2: for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) and

A3: for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds G . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ; :: thesis: F = G

for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ) & ( for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds G . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ) implies F = G )

assume that

A2: for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) and

A3: for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds G . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) ; :: thesis: F = G

now :: thesis: for v being Vector of V

for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = G . (v,w)

hence
F = G
; :: thesis: verumfor w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = G . (v,w)

let v be Vector of V; :: thesis: for w being Vector of W holds F . (v,w) = G . (v,w)

let w be Vector of W; :: thesis: F . (v,w) = G . (v,w)

thus F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) by A2

.= G . (v,w) by A3 ; :: thesis: verum

end;let w be Vector of W; :: thesis: F . (v,w) = G . (v,w)

thus F . (v,w) = - (f . (v,w)) by A2

.= G . (v,w) by A3 ; :: thesis: verum