Let f: (X,[delta]) [right arrow] (Y,y) be a

surjection and interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy-weakly continuous.

Consequently, if L(X) can be embedded into L(Y) as a locally convex subspace, then there is a linear continuous

surjection T from [C.sub.p](Y) onto [C.sub.p](X).

Conversely, one can show that, given open sets U' c U, there is a

surjection of the graded derivation derivation modules d(U(G)) [right arrow] d(U(U')) [8].

Let (X, [[GAMMA].sup.[alpha].sub.1]), (Y, [[GAMMA].sup.[alpha].sub.2]) be NC[alpha]TSs and f: X [left arrow] Y be a continuous

surjection. If A is a neutrosophic crisp [alpha]-compact in (X, [[GAMMA].sup.[alpha].sub.1]), then so is f(A) in (Y, [[GAMMA].sup.[alpha].sub.2]).

Regarding Konai's hand, Raqs muse on "digits" in a number of ways: the work of digital photography as the preparatory work behind "Untold Intimacy"; the digits as fingers; digits relating to biometric data taken from such handprints, data which were then stored in the archive; digits as numbers which ultimately factor as the basic units which can facilitate

surjection. Like Galton's spectral composites, "in every sum figured by a power a remainder haunts the calculation.

1.4 The meta-categorical Distance between Reality and Phenomenality is Different from that between Phenomenality and Reality: OM [not equal to] MO--unless by way of

Surjection (Reality's singular Exception, just Reality is, in itself, the "surjective-diffeonic" Exception of itself); such that

In this section it is shown that if a real [lambda] is "sufficiently far" from [[sigma].sub.[pi]] ([J.sub.Z,[psi]]; [J.sub.X,[phi]]), then [lambda][J.sub.X,[phi]] - (i*[J.sub.Z,[psi]]i) is a

surjection of X onto X*.

Following [Rea06], we study below the combinatorial properties of the

surjection map defined by these simplicial fans.

Obviously, the mapping [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is

surjection (many-to-one) since the choice of [b.sub.0] for solving [z.sub.2]([t.sub.2]) is not unique.

since [[pi].sub.k] is a

surjection from L to [L.sub.k].

By hypothesis, [there exists] a vg-irresolute,

surjection f from X onto a vg-[D.sub.1] space Y [contains as member] f(x) [not equal to] f(y).

Since [[PSI].sub.[Real part]] is surjective then [PSI]: [[lambda].sub.0] [right arrow] [[mu].sub.0] is

surjection and knowing that the right cancellation property hold for the classical surjective maps, this means that m [omicron] [PSI] = n [omicron] [PSI] [??] m = n.