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Step-by-step answer: In Exercises 5 through 40, find the matrix of the given linear

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Problem 24

In Exercises 5 through 40, find the matrix of the given linear transformation T with respect to the given basis. If no basis is specified, use the standard basis: 91 = (1, f, t2) for P2, T(/(f)) = /(3) from P2io P2, with respect to the basis 3^ = (l, f 3, (r 3)2)

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Math121 Chapter 3 Lesson 3.2 – Linear Equations in Two Variables EXAMPLE 1. -2x + 11(x + 2y) = 11x + y (When solving linear equations with two variables, we want to get it in the proper form ax + bx = c. If we cannot get it into this form, it is not linear! Simple enough, right So first, distribute the 11 to the x and 2y.) -2x + 11x + 22y = 11x + y (Now combine like terms.) 9x + 22y = 11x + y (Now, subtract the terms with variables on

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Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Otto Bretscher
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