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Hello everyone,

can anyone suggest an example of a function h: R --> R^2 such that h is onto. All I could come up with is the following:

h: R --> R^2 ==>

f(x) = y1

g(x) = y2

==> for h to be onto I need to find a function that gives me the following:

f^(-1)(y1) = g^(-1)(y2),

where f^(-1) is the inverse of f and g^(-1) is the inverse of g,

but I can't think of any. Can anyone please give me a hint in the right direction.

Thanks a lot

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# Example of h: R->R^2 such that h is onto

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