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one-to-one mapping


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A mapping f: ST is one-to-one if, whenever s1 and s2 are distinct elements of S, their images f(s1) and f(s2) are distinct elements of T. So f is one-to-one if f(s1)=f(s2) implies that s1=s2.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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