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    ? what does this mean as opposed to just a normal arrow with regards to functions.
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    it didn't come out. Rather than the question mark, it was meant to be an arrow coming out from a bar l-->
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    Tried to paste it, but didn't come out, but think i know what u mean.

    is the function
    f: a (notation) b means the function f maps the element a to the element b.
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    When specifying a function between two sets it is conventional to write it as
     f:A \rightarrow B to say which set is mapped to which. When specifying a rule, or where an element maps to, use the arrow with a bar. (is latex it is \mapsto). For example the exponential function could be  \mathrm{exp}:x \mapsto e^x
 
 
 
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