Prove that if R is an equivalence relation on $\displaystyle A \times A$, then the set $\displaystyle \{g(x): x \in A\} $ is a partition of A. My partner and I honestly have no idea where to begin with this.
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Originally Posted by andirc5192 Prove that if R is an equivalence relation on $\displaystyle A \times A$, then the set $\displaystyle \{g(x): x \in A\} $ is a partition of A. My partner and I honestly have no idea where to begin with this. Add me and we're already three that have no idea...what in the world is g(x), for Christ's sake??! Tonio
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