The figure shows a basis \mathcal{B} = \lbrace \mathbf{b_1}, \mathbf{b_2} \rbrace for \mathbb{R}^2 and a vector \mathbf{v} in \mathbb{R}^2 .

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- Write the vector
\mathbf{v} as a linear combination of the vectors in the basis\mathcal{B} . Enter a vector sum of the form 5 b1 + 6 b2.\mathbf{v} = - Find the
\mathcal{B} -coordinate vector for\mathbf{v} . Enter your answer as a coordinate vector of the form <5,6>.\lbrack \mathbf{v} \rbrack_\mathcal{B} =

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