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Proof We consider ﬁrst the case when X = ∅. Then there is a unique function ∅ : ∅ → ∅. This is function is bijective2 so the claim is true this case. We prove the case n ∈ N× by induction. Since SX = {idX } for any one element set X, we can start the induction with n0 = 1. The induction hypothesis is that for each n element set X, we have Num(SX ) = n! Now let Y = {a1 , . . , an+1 } be an (n + 1) element set. In view of the induction hypothesis, there are, for each j ∈ {1, . . , n + 1}, exactly n!

3, we have g = g ◦ idY = g ◦ (f ◦ h) = (g ◦ f ) ◦ h = idX ◦ h = h . Thus g is uniquely determined by f . 5 motivates the following deﬁnition: Let f : X → Y be bijective. Then the inverse function f −1 of f is the unique function f −1 : Y → X such that f ◦ f −1 = idY and f −1 ◦ f = idX . The proof of the following proposition is left as an exercise (see Exercises 1 and 3). 6 Proposition Let f : X → Y and g : Y → V be bijective. Then g ◦ f : X → V is bijective and (g ◦ f )−1 = f −1 ◦ g −1 . Let f : X → Y be a function and A ⊆ X.

Fn+1 (n) . This completes the induction step and proves the existence of the functions fn for all n ∈ N. 5 The Natural Numbers 41 (c) After these preliminary steps we ﬁnally deﬁne f : N → X by f: N→X , a, fn (n) , f (n) := n=0, n ∈ N× . Because of the properties of the functions fn proved in (b), we have f (n + 1) = fn+1 (n + 1) = Vn+1 fn+1 (0), . . , fn+1 (n) = Vn+1 f0 (0), . . , fn (n) = Vn+1 f (0), . . , f (n) . This completes the proof. 12 Example Let be an associative operation on a set X and xk ∈ X for all k ∈ N.