Mathematical logic--> Binary relations, orders, and equivalence relations/classes

For each of the following binary relations on the set of natural numbers

including 0, state (yes/no) whether it is (i) reflexive, (ii) irreflexive, (iii)

symmetric, (iv) antisymmetric and/or (v) transitive. Briefly justify your

answers. Identify which relations (if any) are partial orders, strict partial

orders, total orders, and strict total orders. Identify which are equivalence

relations, and give a brief description of the equivalence classes in those

cases.

(a) R1, where mR1n if and only if one of the following holds:

i. m and n are both even and m < n;

ii. m and n are both odd and n < m; or

iii. m is odd and n is even.

(b) R2 where mR2n if and only if m and n have the same number of

distinct prime factors. (1 has no prime factors, and 0 has every

prime as a factor; 12 = 2 • 2 • 3 has 2 distinct prime factors.)

(c) R3, where mR3n if and only if there is a prime p such that m+n = 2p.

(d) R4, where mR4n if and only if 3∣(m + n²).

(e) R5, where mR5n if and only if∣m - n∣ is divisible by both 6 and 10.

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Re: Mathematical logic--> Binary relations, orders, and equivalence relations/classes

So, you have 50 questions in one thread (5 relations times 10 categories), and you don't make any attempt to answer them or even say what difficulty you are having?