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L: R^2 --> R^2

L( a ) = a
b -b

find the representation of L with respect to the natural basis S for R^2

please


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bjflores wrote:
L: R^2 --> R^2

L( a ) = a
b -b

find the representation of L with respect to the natural basis S for R^2

please


What? That doesn't make sense, explain.

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