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2014-07-11T10:48:04+05:30
Note that (g∘f)(x)= g(f(x)). So if f is onto, then it means for all y∈Y there exists an x∈Xsuch that y=f(x). Since g is onto, it also meas that for all z∈Z there exists a y∈Y such that g(y)=g(f(x))=z. Thus, for all z∈Z there exists an x∈X such that g(f(x))=z. Hence g∘fis onto

One important  is that g∘f is still onto even if f is not onto but g is onto. In other words g must necessarily be onto for g∘f to be onto.
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2014-07-11T13:26:29+05:30
We knw that gof(x)=g[f(x)] where f:A-B SO gof(x) is also onto becoz given that g:B-C onto
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