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# The function defined by is

- One-one but not onto
- Onto but not one-one
- Both one-one and onto
- Neither one-one nor onto

## The correct answer is: Onto but not one-one

### Given,

is not one-one.

For each , there exists such that .

Therefore, is onto.

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