   Chapter 7.1, Problem 34ES ### Discrete Mathematics With Applicat...

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Section ### Discrete Mathematics With Applicat...

5th Edition
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ISBN: 9781337694193
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# Student C tries to define a function h : Q → Q by the rule h ( m n ) = m 2 n , for all integers m and n with n ≠ 0 . Student D claims that h is not well defined. Justify student D’s clasim.

To determine

Student C tries to define a funciton h:QQ by the rule h(mn)=m2n. For all integers m and n with n0. Student D claims that h is not well defined. Justify student D’s claim.

Explanation

Given information:

h(mn)=m2n

Concept used:

h(mn)=m2n where h:QQ, n0, m are integers.

Calculation:

h(mn)=m2n where h:QQ, n0, m are integers.

Suppose that m1n1=m2n2

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