In ordered structures, the book says that

A^1 != A

In the example, they say :

Let A = {a,b,c}

A^1 = { (a) , (b), (c) }

How does the parentheses make them different ?

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- January 20th 2010, 09:31 PMMatter_MathWhy is this true ?
In ordered structures, the book says that

A^1 != A

In the example, they say :

Let A = {a,b,c}

A^1 = { (a) , (b), (c) }

How does the parentheses make them different ? - January 20th 2010, 09:40 PMDrexel28
- January 20th 2010, 09:49 PMMatter_Math
- January 20th 2010, 09:53 PMDrexel28
- January 21st 2010, 07:22 AMPlato
- January 21st 2010, 09:04 PMMatter_Math