Let R and C denote the set of real and complex numbers respectively.The function f:C to Ris defined by f(z)=|z| is:

a)one-one but not onto

b)onto but not one-one

c)both one-one and onto

d)neither one-one nor onto

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**neither one-one nor onto.**

domain is complex nmbers set and codomain is real numbers set.

now,

for a complex no. z = a+ib , |z| = √(a^{2}+b^{2}) which is always positive and its range is R^{+}.

now,

range is R^{+} and codomain is R.

as range not equal to codomain, **it is not onto**.

moreover.

we can have many numbers where a^{2} + b^{2 }= c^{2} + d^{2} .

So, though, a+ib not equal to c+id, their modulus will be equal.

one such eg is:

1 +7i and 5+5i they both are different complex numbers, but their modulus is same , i.e, √50.

**so, it is not one-one.**

hope it helps!

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