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f there is one-to-one correspondence from setA to set B, then there is a one-to- a ne correspondence from A, True O False supposef N N is a function. (N is the natural numbers, starting at 1 and wher division is integer division, i.e. 13/4 3). Let f (n) k,where k is the number of digits in the decimal representation of n. Then: f is 1-1 f is onto Of is 1-1 and onto f is neither 1-1 nor onto Suppose f W is a function. (W is the whole numbers, starting at o and where is integer remainder, i e. 13%4 1). Let f(n) n%12. Then: Of is 1-1 f is onto Of is 1-1 and onto fis neither 1-1 nor onto A. Consider the following algorithm for (i-0, i ni i it 1) for (j-o: j 7 j++) t What is the running time of this algorithm in terms of n? O(n) O(n O(1) on
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