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Given the below relation, in the set use your keyboard to play the piano, following the exact order.

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Practising Learning Relations provides to the students, of the Discrete Structures course,
a number of selected material and problems to help them to learn and practise the required concepts of Mathematical Relations, namely:

Students will learn how to relate elements between sets and express relations as sets of ordered pairs.

Students will learn to express relations as matrices.

Students will express relations as graphs.

Students will to classify relations by their properties such as transitive, symmetric, reflexive and anti-symmetric.

This tool was developed for you to effectively help you to understand the material. It will make you work smarter and not harder.
Remember that failure should neither be considered inevitable or irrevocable but an attempt to learn. Try to solve as many exercises as you can to collect the most points in the class!
On the final step, you will be tested on what you have learned. Prove to your instructor that mathematical relations can be an easy game as long as you take advantage of **Practicing Learning Relations**.

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