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Topic: Equivalence relation: describe the distinct equivalence classes
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Re: Equivalence relation: describe the distinct equivalence classes
Posted: Jul 6, 2013 8:16 AM
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That's pretty straight forward isn't it? Each equivalence class will contain parts that all are shipped from the same manufacturer and have the same part number.

I would be inclined to think, though it would be a guess, not supported by information given here, that if they have the same part number, they are the same part!

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