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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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Discrete Math Questions with Sets, Functions, Fibonacci, and Base Conversion

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Set

Interval

Base

Function

Fibonacci

Integer

One-to-one

Onto

Fraction

Real

Decimal

Point

Intersection

Union

Power

Cartesian

Product

Inverse

Injective

Element

Method

Bare

Hand

Induction

Set

Interval

Base

Function

Fibonacci

Integer

One-to-one

Onto

Fraction

Real

Decimal

Point

Intersection

Union

Power

Cartesian

Product

Inverse

Injective

Element

Method

Bare

Hand

Induction

Two Discrete Math Questions Involving Inequalities and Means

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Mean

Inequality

Positive

Permutation

Discrete

Positive

Real

Sequence

Math

Theorem

Formal

Style

Proof

Introduction

Mean

Inequality

Positive

Permutation

Discrete

Positive

Real

Sequence

Math

Theorem

Formal

Style

Proof

Introduction

Basic Proof of Theorem Involving Logarithms Inequality

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Lg

Logarithm

Theorem

Discrete

Math

Inequality

Computer Science