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Q: Let S = {x, y, z } and R be a relation defined on S such that

Q: Let S = {x, y, z } and R be a relation defined on S such that
R = {(y,y),(x,z),(z,x),(x,x),(z,z),(x,y),(y,x)}
Show that R is reflexive and symmetric as well.

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Do you know the definitions of reflexive and symmetric?
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