I am trying to understand the concept of universal relations in sets:
Can anyone give me an easy example?
What is Universal Relations of sets?
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Re: What is Universal Relations of sets?
Posted 14 June 2013  11:52 AM
A Universal Relation is the relation of all ordered pairs in A x A, where A is the original set. So there n^{2} possible elements in the relation.
Consider A = {1, 2, 3}.
Just list all combinations of ordered pairs with elements from A.
Consider A = {1, 2, 3}.
Just list all combinations of ordered pairs with elements from A.
#4
Re: What is Universal Relations of sets?
Posted 14 June 2013  06:40 PM
In the future, don't forget to do a little research into these things so you can flush out your questions a little more. That way, you can hopefully either answer your own questions or get more detailed responses.
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Re: What is Universal Relations of sets?
Posted 17 June 2013  02:15 PM
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