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Asked Oct 12, 2019

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Good afternoon. I have a midterm coming up, and my professor has given us a few definitions I have never seen before. I cannot seem to make sense of what she is doing, and barely can understand what she is asking for, even when she steps us through them. I was wondering if I could get a plain-english description of what she is looking for, and how to do, the attached question. Thanks!

Step 1

From the given information it is needed to prove the following:

Step 2

Use the below mention definition to prove the following:

Step 3

Now come to the giv...

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