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• Please guy, no more helping with thsi person s homework or exam question. I am pretty sure that the professor s instruction was for the student to solve
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Please guy, no more helping with thsi person's homework or exam question. I am pretty sure that the professor's instruction was for the student to solve without any outside help. The right questions was, " When is it due?"

Adam <a_math_guy@...> wrote:If f is the function that maps 'when it is due' onto 'the timeline'
then f of domain value "soon" would be mapped to the image
value "whoops too late".

But more seriously, if f(x) maps N to R via f(x)=x^2 then by its
very squareness f squares x thereby inducing a square character onto
x, making it x^2, hence it is.

As another poster posted isn't this forum about prime numbers.
Exemple graits, let P be the set of prime numbers, let R be the set
of real numbers. Show no bijection exist between P and R.

--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, Jud McCranie <j.mccranie@a...>
wrote:
> When is it due?

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