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Ordered Sets, Ordinals and Transfinite Methods
In this chapter, we will look at certain kinds of ordered sets. If a set \ is ordered in a reasonable way,
then there is a natural way to define an order topology on \ . Most inte
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We begin with a set of problems that will be shown to be completely equivalent. The solution to
each problem is the same sequence of numbers called the
The absence of effective regional institutions means that the geopolitical competition between the United States
and China is likely to play out without the constraining influence such organizations can provide . . .
ICS 241: Discrete Mathematics II (Spring 2015)
9.6 Partial Orderings
A relation R on a set S is called a partial ordering or partial order if it is reflexive, antisymmetric,
A set S together with a partial ordering R is called a part
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Conjecture (a). f1
Let n 1, f1 1 f2 .
Proof. [By Induction] Base case:
f2N 1 f2N for all N n. Note that
Now, assume that f1
Quiz 2 (20 points)
(1) Prove that a partially ordered set is a total order if and only if it is a linear order.
(2) Let R be a relation from R R to R R defined as
(a, b)R(c, d) if and only if either a < c or both (a = c and b d).
Let P (k) be the statement 1+5+9+ (4k-3) = k (2k-1)
Basis Step: Show true for n=1.
RHS: n(2n-1) = 1*(2*1-1) = 1*1 = 1
Since RHS = LHS, weve proved the basis step.
Inductive Step: Show that P(k) P(k+1)
Suppose P(k): 1+5+9+(4k-3)