anonymous
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If x = y and y = 10, then x = 10 exemplifies which property?
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anonymous
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equality
anonymous
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symmetric
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AriPotta
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isn't that the transitive property
anonymous
  • anonymous
Transitive property of equality they call it.
anonymous
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which 1 is it????
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
TRANSITIVE
anonymous
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TRANSITIVE
anonymous
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u sure man??
AriPotta
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YEA MAN
anonymous
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ok thnx bruhh
anonymous
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is reflexive prop the same?
AriPotta
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no
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