He guys, I have a simple question about transitivity I want to disprove that a relation is not transitive I have a~b and b~c, but a not~ c if I choose a=c am I finished now? So is it ok to choose c=a to disprove transitivity?
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Originally Posted by hanns I want to disprove that a relation is not transitive Well, maybe. Are you sure you don't need a = b = c? In any case, you REALLY must work on the language presentation. Read that quoted sentence a couple of times and tell me this is whay you REALLY mean.
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