Example of a Surjective Function

Surjective function example
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Domain \(\mathbb{X}\) and codomain \(\mathbb{Y}\) on which an example function \(f\) is defined are shown. This function \(f\) is surjective, since each \(y\) element in \(\mathbb{Y}\) has been assigned a \(x\) element in \(\mathbb{X}\).

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