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    could u explain what is anti symmetricrelation with examples
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    Re: relationtypes

    Let a R b denote a relation between two element a and b. A relation is said to be antisymmetric if a R b but not b R a (in general)

    A quick and easy example would be division. Let a R b be "a divides evenly into b"

    For example, 2 R 4 is true but 4 R 2 is not.
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    Re: relationtypes

    Quote Originally Posted by prasadsimhadri3 View Post

    could u explain what is anti symmetric relation with examples
    Here is a good reference.
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