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14 Show that any n ∈ N+ can be written as the sum of a strictly decreasing sequence of Fibonacci numbers. Is this representation unique? 15 Suppose that A is finite and that (Bα )α∈A is a family of finite sets. Show that the Cartesian product α∈A Bα is finite and determine its size. 16 Suppose that A and B are finite. Show that B A is finite, and determine its size. 17 Suppose that A is finite. Show that P (A) is finite, and determine its size. By considering mappings f : A → {0, 1}, relate this result to the previous one.

Then f (a) = f (a ), so that a ∼ a and E = E . Thus f is one-one, and so f : A/ ∼→ f (A) is a bijection. We have therefore factorized f as f = jf (A) ◦ f ◦ q, where q is a surjection, f is a bijection and the inclusion mapping jf (A) : f (A) → B is injective. Thus we have the following diagram of mappings: A f −→ q ↓ A/ ∼ B ↑ jf (A) f −→ f (A) 18 The axioms of set theory This diagram is commutative: the outcome of the direct journey from A to B is the same as the outcome of the longer journey going round the other three sides of the diagram.

An initial segment I of N is a non-empty subset of N with the property that if n ∈ I and m ≤ n then m ∈ I. 1 If I is an initial segment of I then either I = N or there exists n ∈ N such that I = In = {m ∈ N : m ≤ n}. Proof It follows immediately from the definition of an initial segment that if m ∈ I and n ≥ m then n ∈ I. If I = N, then N \ I is non-empty; let m0 be its least element. Suppose, if possible, that m0 = 1. If n ∈ N, then n ≥ 1, so that n ∈ I and I = ∅. Thus m0 > 1, and so there exists n ∈ N such that m0 = n + 1.