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Im trying to convert a basis of R^2 into canonical coordinates but i do not know what they are. Are they the ones such as: e1, e2, and e3

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Im trying to convert a basis of R^2 into canonical coordinates but i do not know what they are. Are they the ones such as: e1, e2, and e3

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So if you had a vector in terms of your basis, you'd just have to rewrite it in terms of the standard basis.

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so if A= ([ 1] [1])

...........([-1],[1])

and is a basis of R^2 how would i convert this into canonical coordinates???

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