Iam not clear on how to prove a equivalence relation??? I know that is has to have three properties reflexivity, symmetry, and transtivity, but I am unsure how to check.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example Iam given f is a function from z to d. R(z,d) = binary relation

How do I prove that R(z,d) is a equivalence relation?? Iam unclear on how to approach this and work with the properties?

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# Equiv Relation

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