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## Homework Statement

Is it possible to find a non-bijective function from the integers to the integers such that:

f(j+n)=f(j)+n where n is a fixed integer greater than or equal to 1 and j arbitrary integer.

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Is it possible to find a non-bijective function from the integers to the integers such that:

f(j+n)=f(j)+n where n is a fixed integer greater than or equal to 1 and j arbitrary integer.

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What happens if n=1? Then think about n=2.

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