Let E = {1, 2, 3} and F = {-2, –1, 0} and definea relation T from E to F as follows: For every(х, у) € ЕХ F,х —у3 is an integer.(x, y) ETmeans thata. Is 3 T 0? Is 1 T (-1)? Is (2, -1) E T?Is (3, –2) E T?b. Write T as a set of ordered pairs.c. Write the domain and co-domain of T.d. Draw an arrow diagram for T.

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Let E = {1, 2, 3} and F = {-2, –1, 0} and define
a relation T from E to F as follows: For every
(х, у) € ЕХ F,
х —у
3 is an integer.
(x, y) ET
means that
a. Is 3 T 0? Is 1 T (-1)? Is (2, -1) E T?
Is (3, –2) E T?
b. Write T as a set of ordered pairs.
c. Write the domain and co-domain of T.
d. Draw an arrow diagram for T.
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Let E = {1, 2, 3} and F = {-2, –1, 0} and define a relation T from E to F as follows: For every (х, у) € ЕХ F, х —у 3 is an integer. (x, y) ET means that a. Is 3 T 0? Is 1 T (-1)? Is (2, -1) E T? Is (3, –2) E T? b. Write T as a set of ordered pairs. c. Write the domain and co-domain of T. d. Draw an arrow diagram for T.

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