#### An Example of Changing Coordinates in 2D

As a simple example, let's pick the following pair of new coordinate vectors in 2D:*orthogonal*. However, they are not orthonormal since the norm is in each case. Let's try projecting onto these vectors and seeing if we can reconstruct by summing the projections. The projection of onto is, by definition,

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