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-et $V=R_{2}$. For $(u_{1},u_{2}),(v_{1},v_{2})∈V$ and $a∈R$ define vector addition by $(u_{1},u_{2})⊞(v_{1},v_{2}):=(u_{1}+v_{1}−2,u_{2}+v_{2}+1)$ and scalar multiplication by $a$ ■ $(u_{1},u_{2}):=(au_{1}−2a+2,au_{2}+a−1)$. It can be shown that $(V,⊞,□)$ is a vector space over the scalar field $R$. Find the following: the sum: $(1,0)⊞(0,2)=$ the scalar multiple: $3□(1,0)=1$ the zero vector. $0 _{V}=$ the additive inverse of $(x,y)$ : $x,y)=$

To find the sum, scalar multiple, zero vector, and additive inverse in the given vector space (V, ⊞,...