Construct an explicit bijection g: [0,1] --> (0,1).

Hint: One way to do it would be three parts. One for g(0), one for g(1/n) for n belongs to N and one for everything else.

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- April 11th 2012, 09:39 AMallstar2I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
Construct an explicit bijection g: [0,1] --> (0,1).

Hint: One way to do it would be three parts. One for g(0), one for g(1/n) for n belongs to N and one for everything else. - April 11th 2012, 10:35 AMemakarovRe: I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
Does the following picture give you any ideas?

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-K.../bijection.png - April 11th 2012, 02:35 PMallstar2Re: I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
A little bit. I'm still not sure how to write it.

- April 11th 2012, 02:43 PMPlatoRe: I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
- April 11th 2012, 04:49 PMallstar2Re: I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
Thank you!

- April 17th 2012, 11:34 AMHallsofIvyRe: I need help constructing an explicit bijection.
A pretty standard example is this: the set of all rational numbers in (0, 1) is countable so can be "listed" . Map 0 to , 1 to , and for all rational numbers to . All irrational numbers in (0, 1) are mapped to themselves.