anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is x!=y not a transitive relation? Since if x!=y, y!=z, then x!=z?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
x should equal z.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OHCLUAP IS DUMB
anonymous
  • anonymous
Maybe I should have clarified: != is does not equal. Also, I'm just trying to understand since the solutions didn't list transitive as an answer

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know what != means. Because x does not = y, and y!=z. Therefore x==z.
anonymous
  • anonymous
g
anonymous
  • anonymous
g? What does that mean?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry XD ment to put that in group chat
anonymous
  • anonymous
take this example x=5, y=4, z=5 X!=y,y!=z but x=z so just because x!=y and y!=z does not mean x!=z
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh wow... I can't believe I overlooked that! Thanks!

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