Let the function f from the positive integers to the positive integers be defined by f(x) = x*x (where the asterisk * denotes ordinary integer multiplication). Explain why this function f is or is not an onto function.

Let the function f from the positive integers to the positive integers be defined by f(x) = x*x (where the asterisk * denotes ordinary integer multiplication). Explain why this function f is or is not an onto function. Let sets A and B be defined as follows: A = {a1} and B = {b1, b2}. List as separate sets of ordered pairs all the one-to-one functions from A to B, or explain why there are no such functions. What is the value of the variable count after all the loops in the following pseudocode execute? count: For i= 1 to 2 For to 2 count:[(j*count)+j] End-for End-for

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