Chapter 1, page 7: In Definition 1.8, right before the exercise, the notation used is \\(a_1, a_2\\) but becomes \\(a, b\\) by the end of the sentence

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Chapter 1, page 9: Remark 1.16, the surjective function is showing a double headed arrow for the first time, maybe it's worth adding a notation footnote

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Chapter 1, page 9: Definition 1.19, missing period in "for any \\(x \\in X\\) It is often"

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Chapter 1, page 9: Remark 1.16, the surjective function is showing a double headed arrow for the first time, maybe it's worth adding a notation footnote

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Chapter 1, page 9: Definition 1.19, missing period in "for any \\(x \\in X\\) It is often"