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Topic: Is this possible: One to One functions from |x|=6 and |Z|=7
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Is this possible: One to One functions from |x|=6 and |Z|=7
Posted: May 18, 2010 10:16 PM
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My curiosity lies in the lack of definition - I know that to be one to one there must be exactly one y for every x. However, in this case, the sets are not equal and one y will be left without an x. Does this negate the definition of one to one, or can you still have 6 one to one functions?

Thanks for the help!



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