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4) Yes, the defined function is one-to-one because for xi and xj from X we have g(xi)=g(xj)=> xi=xj. Different values from X are mapped to different values from Y.

Also the function g is onto because (∀) y ∈ Y (∃) x ∈ X such that g(x)=y (with no exception)....

Also the function g is onto because (∀) y ∈ Y (∃) x ∈ X such that g(x)=y (with no exception)....

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