a mapping $\displaystyle h:x \rightarrow y $ is called a semiconjugacy if h is continuous, onto, at most n-to-one. Whats n-to-one??? help , please!
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Originally Posted by Sofia a mapping $\displaystyle h:x \rightarrow y $ is called a semiconjugacy if h is continuous, onto, at most n-to-one. Whats n-to-one??? help , please! It means it takes on a value at most n times
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