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X = (1 1

1 1)

Y = (1 -1

-1 1)

Let A = aX and B = bY, where a and b are constants.

Now consider M= (a+b a-b

a-b a+b)

Find THE general statement that expresses M^n in terms of aX and bY.

I'm completely lost. Can anyone direct me in the right direction?

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