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Consider a set X = [2, 3, 4) and the Relation defined on X by. R = {(2, 2) (2, 3) (3, 3) (3, 4) (2, 4) (4, 4)}. Find whether R is : i) Reflexive ii) Symmetric iii) Transitive Also justify your answer.

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Reflexive means: \[ \forall x \quad xRx \]
It's reflexive since it contains \((2,2)\), \((3,3)\), and \((4,4)\).
Symmetric means: \[ \forall x\quad xRy\iff yRx \]

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It's not symmetric because it contains \((2,3)\) but not \((3,2)\).
@sunainagupta Are you following?
Transitive means: \[ \forall x\quad xRy\wedge yRz\implies xRz \]
Let me rehash, since my notation was strange before. Reflexive \[ \forall x \quad (x,x)\in \mathcal{R} \] Symmetric \[ \forall x,y \quad (x,y)\in \mathcal{R} \iff (y,x)\in \mathcal{R} \] Transitive \[ \forall x,y,z \quad (x,y)\in \mathcal{R} \wedge (y,z)\in \mathcal{R} \implies (x,z)\in \mathcal{R} \]
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