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For 1.3-1.6, assume S = {x, y, z} and T = {I, 2, 3}. From Example 1.2, we know thereare

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For 1.3-1.6, assume S = {x, y, z} and T = {I, 2, 3}. From Example 1.2, we know thereare 27 mappings from S to T.How many mappings are there from S to {I, 2}?

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For 1.3-1.6, assume S = {x, y, z} and T = {I, 2, 3}. From Example 1.2, we know thereare