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7.1 Example: Is the function fwell defined?
We know that Q represents the set of all rational numbers
Suppose you read that a function f : Q-»Z is to be defined
by the formula
s)
for all integers m and n with n0
= m
That is, the integer associated by f to the number is m
n
Isf well defined? Why?
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7.1 Example: Is the function fwell defined? We know that Q represents the set of all rational numbers Suppose you read that a function f : Q-»Z is to be defined by the formula s) for all integers m and n with n0 = m That is, the integer associated by f to the number is m n Isf well defined? Why?

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For a system to be well defined-  For any input, output of the function should be uniquely determined

Step 2

Given

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f:QZ defined by f m,neZ and no т

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Step 3

Let us take an ex...

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3 9 5 15 3 butf 9 and 15

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