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The partition of X into equivalence classes [x]∼ corresponding to relation ∼. 3. 5 Let Xι , ι ∈ I be a partition of a set X. 3. Consider the corresponding (potentially different) partition of X into equivalence classes with respect to the relation ∼. Prove that the two partitions are identical. 9 Fundamental Deﬁnitions Functions. A function from a set A into a set B, denoted f : A → B, is a relation f ⊂ A × B such that: (i) for every x ∈ A there exists a y ∈ B such that x f y (ii) for every x ∈ A and y1 , y2 ∈ B, if x f y1 and x f y2 , then y1 = y2 In other words, for every x ∈ A there exists a unique y ∈ B such that x f y.

Then each y ∈ Y belongs to an R[x] for some x ∈ A, which means that Y ⊆ A. Consequently, ∪{R[x] : x ∈ A} ⊂ A. Now take z ∈ A. Since R is reﬂexive, z R z and z ∈ R[z]. Therefore A ⊆ ∪{R[x] : x ∈ A}. This completes the proof. 1 An equivalence relation R on a set A eﬀects a partitioning of A into equivalence classes. Conversely, a partitioning of A deﬁnes an equivalence relation on A. PROOF Let R[a], R[b], R[c], . . denote equivalence classes induced on A by R, with a, b, c, . . ∈ A. 3, R[a] ∪ R[b] ∪ R[c] ∪ .

Show that “is similar to” is an equiva- lence relation on T . (ii) Let P be the set of all polygons in the plane R I 2 . Show that “has the same number of vertices” is an equivalence relation on P . (iii) For part (i) describe the equivalence class [T0 ], where T0 is a (unit) right, isosceles triangle with unit sides parallel to the x- and y-axes. (iv) For part (ii) describe the equivalence class [P0 ], where P0 is the unit square {(x, y) : 0 ≤ x ≤ 1, 0 ≤ y ≤ 1} (v) Specify quotient sets corresponding to the relations in (i) and (ii).