Given that $F:R^n\rightarrow R^n$ is $C^1$ on $R^n$ s.t. the jacobian matrix $Df(p)$ is invertible for all $p \in R^n$, prove that f must be injective.
To show this in $R\rightarrow R$, I applied mean value theorem to show why $f$ it must be injective. However, I cannot figure out how I should approach this in $R^n$ in general.
One method I have in mind is to apply mean value theorem in $R^n$ (though I am not familiar with this theorem on $R^n$, and another is to invoke implicit function theorem. Both method seems to make sense to me, only that I don't know how to begin and articulate the proof.
What are ways to tackle this proof in $R^n$?