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Unformatted text preview: A is bounded above; (b) the set A is not bounded above; (c) a = sup A . 2. Longer Questions B1. Let f : X Y be a function. (a) State the denitions of f is an injection and f is a surjection. (b) Prove that if f is a bijection then f is invertible. (c) Prove that the function f : R {2 } R {1 } , f ( x ) = 3x x + 2 is a bijection and nd its inverse. B2. (a) State and prove the Archimedian Principle. (You may use without proof the theorem on existence of the supremum for a set of real numbers which is bounded above.) (b) Let A = 3 n6 n  n N + . Find the supremum of the set A ? Justify your answer using the Archimedian Principle. 1...
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