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**a*<3, 2> + b*<-2, 3> = <2, 3> - A, B?**

## Homework Statement

There exists a vector <2, 3>.

Said vector is the sum of two other vectors <3, 2> and the orthoginal to <3,2> (which I think is <-2, 3> right?)

## Homework Equations

<2, 3> = a<3, 2> + b<-2, 3> where a, b are constants

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried solving the x and y seperately: 2 = a*3 + b*-2 but there's many ways this can be done, none of which held true also for the y.

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