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 Topic: 1-to-1
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 A function which is onto but not one-to-one 2017-04-16 From Avinash:Define a function f(x):N-->N which is onto but not one-one.Where N is set of natural numbers.Answered by Penny Nom. Composition of functions and one to one 2012-10-17 From Ariana:If f o g are one to one function,does it follow that g is one to one? Give reasons for your answersAnswered by Penny Nom. Can a function be both even and one to one? 2010-10-09 From Tracy:Can a function be both even and one to one?Answered by Harley Weston. Equivalent sets 2004-03-06 From A student:If A=(1,2,3,4,...) and B=(5,10,15,20,...), is A equivalent to B. Why or Why not ?Answered by Penny Nom. A function that is onto but not one-to-one where f:N-->N 2002-12-06 From Lisa:A function that is onto but not one-to-one where f:N-->NAnswered by Penny Nom.

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