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Suppose now that ∼ is an equivalence relation on a set A, and that A/ ∼ is the corresponding partition of A. We define a mapping q : A → A/ ∼ by setting q(a) = Ea . Then q is a surjection, and a ∼ a if and only if q(a) = q(a ). The set A/ ∼ is called the quotient of A by ∼, and the mapping q : A → A/ ∼ is called the quotient mapping. Now suppose that f : A → B is a mapping. Define an equivalence relation ∼ by setting a ∼ a if and only if f (a) = f (a ), and let q : A → A/ ∼ be the quotient mapping.

We consider two cases. First, suppose that m < n. Then n = m + u for some u ∈ N. Thus u = r + 1 for some r ∈ Z+ , and so n = m + (r + 1) = (m + 1) + r; m + 1 ≤ n and m + 1 ∈ Un . Secondly, suppose that n ≤ m. Then m = n + t, for some t ∈ Z+ , and so m + 1 = n + t + 1, and m + 1 ∈ Un . It therefore follows by induction that Un = Z+ . (iii) If m ≤ n and n ≤ m then there exist t, u ∈ Z+ such that n = m + t and m = n + u. Thus n + 0 = n = n + (t + u), so that t + u = 0. 1 (iv), it follows that t = u = 0, so that m = n.

Since s(n) ∈ U , there exists a ∈ A with a = f (a) such that (s(n), a ) ∈ g. Let ¯) ∈ g . Suppose g = g\{(s(n), a )}. We shall show that g ∈ S. As before, (0, a that (m, b) ∈ g ⊆ g. Then (s(m), f (b)) ∈ g. Thus if (s(m), f (b)) ∈ g then (s(m), f (b)) = (s(n), a ). But then m = n and f (b) = a . Since n ∈ U , (m, b) = (n, a), and so that b = a. Thus f (a) = a , giving a contradiction. By the principle of induction, U = P , and so g is a function. Finally, we show that g is unique. Once again, we prove this by induction.