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    reflexive in relations

    now I am studying the concept of reflexive, symmetric etc.... I need to see a real solution, I have no idea how to solve these 2 problems.
    Thank you for helping me
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    solution for the second one ...

    True?
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    I write only for myself. I find you images very difficult to deal with.
    Because most of them are so short, why do you not just type them out?
    It would be clearer. I frankly do not want to help if I cannot read the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plato View Post
    I write only for myself. I find you images very difficult to deal with.
    Because most of them are so short, why do you not just type them out?
    It would be clearer. I frankly do not want to help if I cannot read the question.
    Dear Plato,

    I dont get your point when you said "I write for myself" ????
    I am not familiar with the MATH tag in this forum, so I am not fluent using the signs, thats why I prefer to capture an image. and btw, have you noticed that you always blame something on me???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narek View Post
    I am not familiar with the MATH tag in this forum, so I am not fluent using the signs
    You may well laugh at that situation.
    But a wise guy such as youself is surely capable of learning to use LaTeX.
    Here is a resource, one of millions on the web, is on this very website.
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/latex-help/
    Surely if you do want help, it is no too much to ask you to cooperate.
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