Homework Statement
Let f:A->B and g:B->C be invertible mappings. Show (g o f)^-1 = f^-1 o g^-1.
Homework Equations
A mapping is invertible iff it is bijective
The Attempt at a Solution
I understand why these are equivalent statements; however, I can't figure out the wording of the...
Homework Statement
Prove the pigeonhole principle directly. so basically |Nk-{x}|=|Nk-1| if k>1 is an integer and x belongs to the set of naturals.
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The Attempt at a Solution
I have no idea even where to begin.
I can never remember how to expand a summation in to form: \sumnk=1(22). Thats just a recent example. I can't remember the expansion form any sort of summation really except when it has a defined upper bound.
If say cold butane bound to something ( butane as a solvent ) is poured into warm water, then what happens. I don't believe anything will happen except the butane will boil off and what is in the solution will fall off to the bottom till the water is cooled completely but I'm just checkin with...
Homework Statement
Prove that if X[n]->L, X[n] doesn't equal 0 for all n, L doesn't equal 0 and Y[n]->M, then (Y[n]/X[n])->(M/L).
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They only give you the squeeze theroem and that if X[n] converges then it's limit is unique. O and the definition. A sequence of reals has...