Prove that if functions $f : A \rightarrow B$ and $h : B \rightarrow C$ are total, then $h \circ f$ is total.
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Take any $a\in A$. Since $f$ is total, then $f(a)$ is defined, and an element of $B$, and since $h$ is total, then $h(f(a))$ is defined.