If I am given the surface $$x_1x_3-x_2x_4=1$$ $$x_2x_3+x_1x_4=0$$ how would I find the point on this surface closest to the origin?
I first tried $f(x)=x_1^2+x_2^2+x_3^2+x_4^2$ and $g(x)=x_1x_3-x_2x_4-x_2x_3-x_1x_4-1$
Then I found the gradient of each and tried to use a lagrange multiplier and got $$2x_1=\lambda(x_3-x_4)$$ $$2x_2=\lambda(-x_4-x_3)$$ $$2x_3=\lambda(x_1-x_2)$$ $$2x_4=\lambda(-x_2-x_1)$$ I know this will result in a system of equation to solve for $x_1,x_2,x_3,x_4$ and $\lambda$ but I am not sure how to get to that point.
EDIT: So I tried it again and got these new equations:$$\lambda_1x_3+\lambda_2x_4-2x_1=0$$ $$-\lambda_1x_4+\lambda_2x_3-2x_2=0$$ $$\lambda_1x_1+\lambda_2x_2-2x_3=0$$ $$-\lambda_1x_2+\lambda_2x_1-2x_4=0$$
I did this by having $g_1(x)=x_1x_3-x_2x_4-1$ and $g_2(x)=x_2x_3+x_1x_4$ and having
But after this I am still stuck. With these four equations, $g_1(x)$, and $g_2(x)$ I have six equations and six unknowns which should work out but I cannot figure out what the next step is.