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rainwyz0706

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Could anyone give me some hints how to prove this?

The first direction is straightforward: every model of T is a model of every subset of T. But what about the opposite direction? Any help is appreciated!

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rainwyz0706

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Could anyone give me some hints how to prove this?

The first direction is straightforward: every model of T is a model of every subset of T. But what about the opposite direction? Any help is appreciated!

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