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    Linear Algebra
    Matrix of the Linear Map
    Basis of the Linear Space

    Let T be a linear map on R^2 defined by T(x,y) = (4x - 2y, 2x + y).
    Calculate the matrix of T relative to the basis {α1, α2} where α1 = (1,1) , α2 = (-1,0).

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