Just want to double check my understanding of everything. Is it true that maxarg(F) = g ie that to maximize F we'd pass in input g. I think this is true because nothing can be more aligned with g than itself but I want to double check.

edit: I want to take that back. I think that the maxarg wouldn't be defined because we could always pass in cg for some $$c \in \mathbb{N}$$ to get a larger output. That'd be an input perfectly aligned with g but scaled and that'd scale the output. ie `<<cg,g>> = c<g,g>

Just want to double check my understanding of everything. Is it true that

`maxarg(F) = g`

ie that to maximize`F`

we'd pass in input`g`

. I think this is true because nothing can be more aligned with`g`

than itself but I want to double check.edit: I want to take that back. I think that the

`maxarg`

wouldn't be defined because we could always pass in`cg`

for some $$c \in \mathbb{N}$$ to get a larger output. That'd be an input perfectly aligned with`g`

but scaled and that'd scale the output. ie `<<cg,g>> = c<g,g>Yes that makes sense.