• anonymous
Equivalence Relations Question Let S = {1, 2, 3}. Find all equivalence relations on S, and for each one, give the corresponding partition of S into equivalence classes. (You can describe each equivalence relation as a subset of $$S \times S$$. Ok, I am just completely lost on this one...I get that I will have 5 equivalence relations since there are 5 ways to partition a set of three numbers, but I have no idea how to go about "finding" these equivalence relations. Not looking for an answer, just looking for someone to give me a push and maybe check to see if I'm doing it right.
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