Which of these digraphs represent relations that are (i) reflexive? (ii) symmetric?(iii) transitive?
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10/17/2016 MEDIEVAL EUROPE These notes cover the basics of Medieval Europe covered in class and any examples that were solved. 10/17/2016 Basics During this time period mathematics and the sciences were in low points of advancement. Churches were the primary educators and had different focuses. There was one great mathematician during this time: Leonard of Pisa (Fibonacci) Fibonacci 1170 – 1250 Grew up with heavy influence from the Islamic Empire Shared the Hindu-Arabic numeration system in Latin. This enabled the majority of Europe to learn the Hindu-Arabic numeration system as well. On a test or quiz be prepared to answer the n term
Textbook: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Author: Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, Richard St. Andre
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