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So I was thinking if two sets are isomorphic to each other does that mean ANY bijective function from one set to the other is an isomorphism?

Thank you for your help.

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So I was thinking if two sets are isomorphic to each other does that mean ANY bijective function from one set to the other is an isomorphism?

Thank you for your help.

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"Bijection between sets" is synonymous with "isomorphism of sets".

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