Apologies, there was an error in my solution test. Fixed now
i suppose the answer has some problems
Yes, actually you have to get the inverse of the transformation matrix, but here it was forgotten, so that you have to use the given matrix and multiplicate, which brings you actually the wrong solution...
Better bullseye matrix
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Let's get back to school, and create multiplication tables
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