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find an ordered pair to represent vector u in u = (3/4)w-2v if vector w = <-2/3,4> and vector v = <3/8,-2>

How do i do this?

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    (3/4)w = -1/2 i + 3 j
    -2v = -3/4 i + 4 j
    add for u
    u = -5/4 i + 7 j = < -5/4 , 7> in your notation

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    @Damon: Thank you!

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