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Linear maps $F(X)=A X$, where $A$ is a matrix, have the property that $F(0)=A 0=0$, so they necessarily leave the origin fixed. It is simple to extend this to include a translation,
$F(X)=V+A X,$
where $V$ is a vector. Note that $F(0)=V$.
Find the vector $V$ and the matrix $A$ that describe each of the following mappings [here the light blue $F$ is mapped to the dark red $F]$.

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