# Transitive Relation Question

Subject Mathematics Discrete Math

## Question

T and W are transitive relations on a set A.
Prove or disprove the following statement:
[T U (T ∩ W)] ∩ W is transitive.

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First of all, T ∩ W is also transitive as intersection of transitive relations (basic closure property)....

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