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Daniel C. Alexander + 1 other
ISBN: 9781285195698
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# Does the relation “is greater than” have a reflexive property (consider real number a )? A symmetric property (consider real numbers a and b )? A transitive property (consider real numbers a , b and c )

To determine

To find:

Whether the relation “is greater than” have the given properties.

Explanation

Given:

Given properties are,

Reflexive property (consider real number a), a symmetric property (consider real numbers a and b) and a transitive property (consider real numbers a, b and c).

Approach:

The real number a cannot be greater than same real number a. So, this relation does not have a reflexive property

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