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revised Symmetric and reflexive relations on an $n$-element set
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comment Reverse Polish Notation and numbers $>9$
OK, thank you :)
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comment GCD using quantifiers - where did I make a mistke?
Yep, I see it now, it's senseless to assign some true-false value to d here, thank you :)
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comment GCD using quantifiers - where did I make a mistke?
Ooh, I see. Thank you a lot :)
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comment GCD using quantifiers - where did I make a mistke?
Hm... So something like $d=\forall_{k}(...)$? It doesn't look right to me but I never did quantifier-things with an equal sign between so maybe it's right... Is it?
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comment GCD using quantifiers - where did I make a mistke?
Oh, I see. Thank you a lot. But how can I use the quantifiers to show such a statement? I mean: I can't just do $d=$ and write down all the rest so how should one do it? Also, thank you a lot for the disclaimer about d dividing a,b,c - shamefully, I don't remember if I wrote that down or not :)
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