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    A mapping %:A->B is called a constant map if there exists b.(b not) belonging to B such that %(a) = b. for all a belonging to A. Show that a mapping %:A->B is constant if and only if %$=% for all $:A->A

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    A mapping %:A->B is called a constant map if there exists such that %(a) = b for all . Show that a mapping ...

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    A constant mapping is proven. Mapping functions existed are given.

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