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Let X be a set, and let be a partial order on X. ) The set X together with the partial order is called a partially ordered set or, briefly, a poset. We refer to it as the poset (X,) or simply the poset X. Let be then xis said to be a poset, and let x,yE X. contained in y. Ifx y and x # y, then xis said to be properlycontainedin y, written x < y. If x < y and there is no element a in X such that x < a

Find the number of distinct mappings from S to S. How many are bijective? 7. 4 Binary operations Definition. A mapping *: is called a binary operation on the set S. A binary operation on S thus assigns to each ordered pair of elements of S exactly one element of S. Binary operations are usually represented by symbols like ,+,o, instead of lettersf,g, and so on. Moreover, the image of(x,y) under a binary operation * is written x * ;' instead of *(x,y). Addition (+) and multiplication in the set Z of integers or.

If T= 0, we are done. Otherwise by the well-ordering property T contains a smallest element m. By (i), m # I. Then for all positive integers x < m, x E S. But then by (ii), m E S, a contradiction. Therefore T = 0. 3 Theorem (fundamental theorem of arithmetic). Every positive integer is either I or it can be written in one and only one way as a product of positive primes. Proof The theorem is true ifn = Else, let n=n,n2, where 1. So let n> I. If n is prime, we are done. I, so n1, n2