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# A mapping , where N is the set of natural numbers is defined as For Then, is

- Surjective but not injective
- Injective but not surjective
- Bijective
- Neither injective nor surjective

## The correct answer is: Neither injective nor surjective

### Since,

is not injective.

Also, is not surjective as every element of N is not the image of any element of N

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