R ⊆ A × A (where A ≠ 0) is an equivalence relation if R is

R ⊆ A × A (where A ≠ 0) is an equivalence relation if R is

1) Reflexive, symmetric but not transitive
2) Reflexive, neither symmetric nor transitive
3) Reflexive, symmetric and transitive
4) None of the above

Solution: (3)

By definition, a relation is an equivalence if it is reflexive, symmetric and transitive.

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