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    Hasse diagram (quick)

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    How to start drawing Hasse diagram for divisibility on the set
    {3,5,6,11,13,16,17}
    there is no 1 in this set that divides all these numbers. How to draw the diagram??
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    Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by robocop_911 View Post
    Hello there,

    How to start drawing Hasse diagram for divisibility on the set
    {3,5,6,11,13,16,17}
    there is no 1 in this set that divides all these numbers. How to draw the diagram??
    It doesn't matter if there is no common divisor of two numbers. Just put them in the diagram, with no link...

    Here is yours :

    Hasse diagram  (quick)-divisibilite.jpg

    But I must say, I find very little interest in it... because most of the integers are prime and aren't related to each other..
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