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 Definition of invertibility 1:1ness (and vice versa!) Dense For every 2 distinct elements there is a 3rd distinct element in between them. Completeness of a system of mathematics Every statement can be given a value (T or F). Completeness of a set (Cauchy complete) A set S is complete (Cauchy complete) iff every convergent sequence from points in S converges to a value in S. Just know this: Any invertible function f has the property that its inverse derivative equals the reciprocal of f' at the 'mirror image point'. Just know this: Any invertible function f has the property that its inverse derivative equals the reciprocal of f' at the 'mirror image point'. Fractal A mathematical object whose dimension is non-integer Initial Conditions Some information you use in order to specify a member of a family. Who are the mathematicians we've talked about so far? Newton, Leibniz, Gödel, DeMorgan, Hippasus, Gauss, Mandelbrot, Koch, Julia, Cantor