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a. Let f: Rn → R be a continuously differentiable function. Show that f is not 1-1.

b. Generalize this result to t the case of a continuously differentiable function f: Rn → Rm with m < n.

b. Generalize this result to t the case of a continuously differentiable function f: Rn → Rm with m < n.

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