Equivalence relation, Mathematics

a) Let V = f1, 2, :::, 7g and define R on V by xRy iff x -  y is a multiple of 3. You should know by now that R is an equivalence relation on V . Suppose that this is so. Explain the partition of V induced by R.

 

b) Let A = {1, 2, 3, 4} and define R on P(A) -{Ø} by xRy iff x ∩y ≠Ø. Is R an equivalence relation? Describe

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