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1. Okay, so normally I wouldn't post a whole question nor would I post without my attempt but my exam is tomorrow and I've no idea how to do this question. ANY help would be massively appreciated! Even if it's just getting me started.. please..
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Okay, so normally I wouldn't post a whole question nor would I post without my attempt but my exam is tomorrow and I've no idea how to do this question. ANY help would be massively appreciated! Even if it's just getting me started.. please..
For part (i):

a) write an arbitrary as a l.c. of the B' basis vectors

b) Find the images of under i.e. find for each basis vector

c) Use part a) to write your images from b) as l.cs of the B' basis vectors - this gives you the components of the images that you need to..

d) ..put as column vectors in a 2x3 matrix, which is

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