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Nov
21
comment Finding all partial order relations on a set
My bad, I just selected finite small sets off the top of my head. I suppose we could just then consider the 3 and 4 element sets? (Since I know the 0, 1, and 2 element sets are trivial.)
Nov
21
asked Finding all partial order relations on a set
Nov
13
asked Proving properties of a given function
Oct
31
accepted Finding the equivalence class of a relation
Oct
31
comment Finding the equivalence class of a relation
Is that it? Thank you for the help! The answer wasn't immediately visible to me, but now I see what to do.
Oct
31
accepted Proving a relation is an equivalence relation
Oct
31
comment Proving a relation is an equivalence relation
Thank you for the hint and the advice! I will definitely keep this in mind for when I work through future problems like this.
Oct
31
asked Finding the equivalence class of a relation
Oct
31
asked Proving a relation is an equivalence relation
Oct
24
accepted Inductive Proof for Vandermonde's Identity?
Oct
24
asked Inductive Proof for Vandermonde's Identity?
Oct
10
awarded  Analytical
Oct
10
awarded  Supporter
Oct
10
accepted Permutations of a sequence
Oct
10
comment Permutations of a sequence
Thank you for the clarification! I'm new to this, so I'm still sorting out the terminology. Your explanation makes this seem much easier than I had first thought!
Oct
10
comment Permutations of a sequence
Oh, sorry. I'm new to this, so the terminology is also new to me. What you said was what I meant, actually.
Oct
10
comment Permutations of a sequence
The cardinality of Y is 256, is it not? That is, 4*4*4*4 = 4 different ways to put a number in 4 different spots.
Oct
10
accepted Proving that a sequence is decreasing
Oct
10
asked Permutations of a sequence
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3
accepted Set theory equivalent statement proof