## Acalytica

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Let $\left\{w_{1}, w_{2}, \ldots, w_{n}\right\}$ be yet another basis for $\mathbb{R}^{n}$. Find a matrix that maps the $\left\{v_{j}\right\}$ basis to the $\left\{w_{j}\right\}$ basis. Write this matrix explicitly if both bases are orthonormal.
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