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    Proving Properties Of Relations

    The question is, "Show that the relation R = ∅ on the empty set S = ∅ is reflexive, symmetric, and transitive."

    I am not exactly sure where to begin. Could someone, perhaps, prod me in the right direction?
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    Re: Proving Properties Of Relations

    Any statement that start with "For all x in S" is true if S is the empty set.
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