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comment Can a relation with less than 3 elements be considered transitive?
Say we have the relation R on the set {a,b}. Then provided aRa, bRb, aRb AND bRa, so that R{(a,a),(b,b),(a,b),(b,a)}, then R is reflexive, and symmetric, and must therefore be transitive, given there are only two elements. This is what really clarified it for me! Thanks!
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