Mappings 3: Composition and Inverse Mappings 
Mappings 3: Composition and Inverse Mappings
by Robert Donley
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Date Added: March 9, 2015

Lecture Description

Basic Methods: We define composition of mappings and draw parallels to multiplication of real numbers. Items include associativity, identity, and commutativity. Consideration of multiplicative inverses leads to the definition of an inverse mapping, and we give conditions for its existence.

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Course Description

Math Doctor Bob provides a brief course on logic, proofs, sets, and the integers. Intended as a prerequisite playlist for Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis courses.

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