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Because one relation cannot be symmetric and antisymmetric in relation to another, but is always symmetric and reflexive to itself, there are 2^n relations (relations in the diagonal only). Is that right?

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That's right. ${}{}{}{}{}$ – André Nicolas Nov 22 '12 at 19:20

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