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'Greater than' is said to be transitive (relation) since A is greater than B and B is greater than C imply A is greater than C. Similarly 'friend of ' is said to be symmetric since if A is a friend of B, then B is a friend of A. if so, what kind of relation is 'analogous'?

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Transitive
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Symmetric
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Identical
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Transitive and symmetric
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Solution

The correct option is A Transitive
'If A is greater than B & B is greater than C, the A is greater then C' is a relation that us analogous. However 'if A is friend of B and B is friend of C does not mean A is friend of C'. Therefore, its is not analogous Option (a) is correct.

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