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NCERT Solutions of Class 12 Maths | CBSE Textbook Solutions | Chapter 1 | Relations and Functions | Exercise 1.1 | Question 4 |

Question Details Board CBSE Book NCERT Textbook Class 12 Subject Mathematics Chapter 1 [Relations and Functions] Exercise 1.1 Question No. 4 Question Type Exercise More Details Previous Question Next Question Show that the relation (R) in (R) defined as (R={(a, b): a leq b}), is reflexive and transitive but not symmetric. Expert Answer (A=(-infty, infty)) …

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NCERT Solutions of Class 12 Maths | CBSE Textbook Solutions | Chapter 1 | Relations and Functions | Exercise 1.1 | Question 5 |

Question Details Board CBSE Book NCERT Textbook Class 12 Subject Mathematics Chapter 1 [Relations and Functions] Exercise 1.1 Question No. 5 Question Type Exercise More Details Previous Question Next Question Check whether the relation (mathrm{R}) in (mathbf{R}) defined by (mathrm{R}=left{(a, b): a leq b^3right}) is reflexive, symmetric or transitive. Expert Answer Solution: (R=left{(a, b): a …

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NCERT Solutions of Class 12 Maths | CBSE Textbook Solutions | Chapter 1 | Relations and Functions | Exercise 1.1 | Question 3 |

Question Details Board CBSE Book NCERT Textbook Class 12 Subject Mathematics Chapter 1 [Relations and Functions] Exercise 1.1 Question No. 3 Question Type Exercise More Details Previous Question Next Question Check whether the relation (R) defined in the set ({1,2,3,4,5,6}) as (mathbf{R}={(a, b): b=a+1}) is reflexive, symmetric or transitive. Expert Answer (mathrm{R}={(mathrm{a}, mathrm{b}): mathrm{b}=mathrm{a}+1}) in …

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NCERT Solutions of Class 12 Maths | CBSE Textbook Solutions | Chapter 1 | Relations and Functions | Exercise 1.1 | Question 2 |

Question Details Board CBSE Book NCERT Textbook Class 12 Subject Mathematics Chapter 1 [Relations and Functions] Exercise 1.1 Question No. 2 Question Type Exercise More Details Previous Question Next Question Question-2. Show that the relation (mathbf{R}) in the set (mathbf{R}) of real numbers, defined as (mathrm{R}=left{(a, b): a leq b^2right}) is neither reflexive nor symmetric …

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NCERT Solutions of Class 12 Maths | CBSE Textbook Solutions | Chapter 1 | Relations and Functions | Exercise 1.1 | Question 1 |

Question Details Board CBSE Book NCERT Textbook Class 12 Subject Mathematics Chapter 1 [Relations and Functions] Exercise 1.1 Question No. 1 Question Type Exercise More Details Previous Question Next Question Question 1. Determine whether each of the following relations are reflexive, symmetric and transitive : (i) Relation (R) in the set (A={1,2,3, ldots ldots, 13,14}) …

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