Use the logical definition to explain why the null relation is transitive.
The only thing that makes sense to me is that it doesnt violate the rules of transitivity, so im assuming that it is transitive, but this is clearly not a proof, so need some help.
This proof turns on a simple fact of logic: "A false statement implies any statement."
Originally Posted by tokio
If P is a false statement the the statement 'If P then X' is a true statement no matter what statement X is.
If is the empty relation then is always false.