# How was the linear transformation of b1 and b2 were applied (L(b1) , L(b2))? NOTE: b1=(1,1)^T , b2=(-1,1)^T Linear Transformations EXAMPLE 4 Let L be a linear transformation mapping R? into itself an... How was the linear transformation of b1 and b2 were applied (L(b1) , L(b2))?

NOTE: b1=(1,1)^T , b2=(-1,1)^T

Linear Transformations EXAMPLE 4 Let L be a linear transformation mapping R? into itself and defined by where (bi, b2] is the ordered basis defined in Example 3. Find the matrix A represent- ing L with respect to [bi, b2l Solution Thus, A0 2 onofosmation D defined by D(n n' maps P into P, Given the ordered

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