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# Suppose that set A has m elements and set B has n elements. We have seenthat has mn

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Problem 17

Suppose that set A has m elements and set B has n elements. We have seenthat has mn elements and that there are relations from A to B. Findthe number of relations from A to B that are(a) functions from A to B.(b) functions with one element in the domain. (c) functions with two elements in the domain.(d) functions whose domain is a subset of A.

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STATS NOTES 4 Feb. 1st and 3rd 4.1 Probability Probability- Chance behavior is unpredictable in the short run, but predictable in the long ru.​ Sample Space- A set of all possible outcomes of an experiment. Events- Outcomes of interest from a sample space. These are represented by any capital letter. (B for bunnies, F for food.) Set Notation- How a sample is written:...

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