# P-Norm is Norm/Real Numbers

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## Theorem

The $p$-norm on the real numbers is a norm.

## Proof

We have that $p$-norm is a norm on complex numbers.

Since real numbers are wholly real complex numbers, the same result holds.

$\blacksquare$