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Let R be the region bounded by the lines x − 2y = 0, x − 2y = −4, x + y = 4, and x + y = 1 . Find a transformation T from a region S to R such that S is a rectangular region (with sides parallel to the u- or v-axis).

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y x+y: x + x - 2y = - 4 3'3, 2y =0 R + -2 2 3 -1- (. }) -2 3.