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    Equivalence Relation help!

    R is an equivalence relation. Find a compliant, where a is any element in the set on which the relation is defined.
    Let R1 and R2 be relations on A.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelfire80 View Post
    R is an equivalence relation. Find a compliant, where a is any element in the set on which the relation is defined.
    Let R1 and R2 be relations on A.
    Sorry, what is your question?
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    If r1 and r2 are both reflexive is R1 intersect r2 reflexive? What about r1 union r2
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelfire80 View Post
    If r1 and r2 are both reflexive is R1 intersect r2 reflexive? What about r1 union r2
    A relation is reflexive if and only if the relation contains the diagonal, \Delta.
    Would the intersection contain \Delta?
    How about the union?
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