I've been puzzling about this for quite a while, could someone help explain this to me?

Subbing the base assumption into the Schwarz Inequality, we can eventually mathematically derive the Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation. What I'm not clear about is the basis for this assumption? Is it simply because any operator can be expressed in that form?

Please help me out with this, my Physics is noob >.< Thank you! (sorry about the formatting, I couldn't get the LaTeX to work and the Delta came out wonky)

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TopNewestCan you be more clear about what you consider to be the base assumption?

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Edit: I've solved it thanks to some very helpful members from the Slack Chat :)

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