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    I am struggling with the notation/language of math.

    1. What does f: Z----> Z or f: A--->A or f: N--->N mean? Are these the set of integers, natural numbers or any set in general (it is not the complex set)?

    2. If I have:
    Let A = {n:n>2} f: A--->A followed by some function does this mean A is a set of n integers?

    Please give a clear, simple, explanation with some simple examples if possible.

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    Hi C
    Here it is.
    If you have any questions - let me know.

    Check out:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mathematical_symbols

    Cheers
    Yinon

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