In mathematics, a binary relation R on a set X is considered reflexive if every element of X relates to itself. An example of this is the relation "is equal to" within the set of real numbers, as each number equals itself. Reflexivity, along with symmetry and transitivity, are the three properties that define equivalence relations.

Stanford University

Winter 2020

CS 103A serves as an additional review course for CS103 students, focusing on strengthening proof-based mathematics skills and general problem-solving strategies in a context closely tied to CS103.

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