# Order Isomorphism/Examples/Real Arctangent Function

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## Example of Order Isomorphism

The real arctangent function $\arctan$ is an order isomorphism between the set of real numbers $\R$ and the open real interval $\openint {-\dfrac \pi 2} {\dfrac \pi 2}$ under the usual ordering.

## Proof

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## Sources

- 1996: Winfried Just and Martin Weese:
*Discovering Modern Set Theory. I: The Basics*... (previous) ... (next): Part $1$: Not Entirely Naive Set Theory: Chapter $2$: Partial Order Relations