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**Let B be the basis of R^2 consisting of the vectors :**

(4,1) and (1,3)

and let R be the basis consisting of

(-2,-3) and (-1,-2)

Find a matrix P such that [x]_R = P [x]_B for all x in R^2

*note: the vectors are columns, so in (4,1) the 4 is the top row and 1 is the bottom row.

(4,1) and (1,3)

and let R be the basis consisting of

(-2,-3) and (-1,-2)

Find a matrix P such that [x]_R = P [x]_B for all x in R^2

*note: the vectors are columns, so in (4,1) the 4 is the top row and 1 is the bottom row.

Really not sure how to start this problem. Please help.