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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 9-33, determine whether the given relation is reflexive, symmetric, transitive, or none of these. Justify your answer. Recall that a prime number is an integer that is greater than 1 and has no positive integer divisor other than 1 and itself, (In particular, I is not prime.) A relation P is defined on Z as follows: For every m , n ∈ Z , m P n ⇔ ∃ a prime number p such that p | m and p | n .BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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**In 9-33, determine whether the given relation is reflexive, symmetric, transitive, or none of these. Justify your answer.**

Recall that a prime number is an integer that is greater than 1 and has no positive integer divisor other than 1 and itself, (In particular, I is not prime.) A relation *P *is defined on **Z **as follows: For every
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