# Chapter 2 set theory, relations and functions

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1. Determine whether or not each of the following sentences is a statement. Specify
the variables in each sentence.
(a) x < 5.
(b) lim n→∞ 1/n = 0.
(c) xy = yx.
(d) There exists a natural number x such that x > ½.
(e) For every natural number r, there exists a natural number x such that x > 1/r.
(f)

2781 days 6 hours 46 minutes ago

1. Determine whether or not each of the following sentences is a statement. Specify
the variables in each sentence.
(a) x < 5.
(b) lim n→∞ 1/n = 0.
(c) xy = yx.
(d) There exists a natural number x such that x > ½.
(e) For every natural number r, there exists a natural number x such that x > 1/r.
(f)

2781 days 9 hours 47 minutes ago

1. Determine whether or not each of the following sentences is a statement. Specify
the variables in each sentence.
(a) x < 5.
(b) lim n→∞ 1/n = 0.
(c) xy = yx.
(d) There exists a natural number x such that x > ½.
(e) For every natural number r, there exists a natural number x such that x > 1/r.
(f)

2781 days 9 hours 49 minutes ago

Write each of the following sentences in the implication form if then:

1. It is wet only if it rains.
2. The crops will be destroyed only if there is flood.
3. It snows if the temperature is below 0 degrees Celsius.

2781 days 9 hours 50 minutes ago

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