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Ao of A with a left segment of itself, and the conclusion will follow if we show that Ao = A. Suppose that Ao # A and let a E A, a ¢ Ao; then af < a, because af ~ a would imply that a E Ao (since af E Ao).

Exp[(exp x) - I). n! 4. Show that every injective mapping from a finite set to itself is surjective. 3). 5. In Theorem 3. { bijective, and PI injective, show that there exist bijections a, {3 such that el = ea, PI = {3/1, and f' = af{{3· 6. If is a preordering on A and q = () <1>-1, verify that q is an equivalence on A and show that Alq may be ordered in a natural way in terms of the given pre ordering on A. 7. _Iob l and o=Uu.. b=Ub •. Show that u, b are equivalences on A', B' respectively, and that induces a bijection A'/o ~ B'/b in a natural way.

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Algorithms - Sequential, Parallel - A Unified Appr. by R. Miller, L. Boxer


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