Ben Brink
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RE: Hasse Diagrams Questions Cont...!
Posted:
Oct 22, 2012 11:09 PM



Edward, Does this mean we're setting up equivalence classes on divisibility? If so, notice that 1 divides itself and every number which follows it. Also 2 divides itself and also 6 and 54. Next 3 divides itself, 6, 9, 27 and 54. Next 6 divides itself and 54. Also 9 divides itself, 27 and 54. Also 27 divides itself and 54, while 54 divides only itself. Hope this helps, and thanks for a great problem! Ben
> Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 21:16:45 0400 > From: discussions@mathforum.org > To: discretemath@mathforum.org > Subject: Hasse Diagrams Questions Cont...! > > I'm learning about ordered pairs and Hasse Diagrams. My question is: > > How would a diagram to ({1,2,3,6,9,27,54}, ) look?

