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Notation for Relation

Let $\RR$ be a relation.

If $\tuple {x, y}$ is an ordered pair such that $\tuple {x, y} \in \RR$, we use the notation:

$s \mathrel \RR t$


$\map \RR {s, t}$

and can say:

$s$ bears $\RR$ to $t$
$s$ stands in the relation $\RR$ to $t$

If $\tuple {s, t} \notin \RR$, we can write: $s \not \mathrel \RR t$, that is, by drawing a line through the relation symbol.

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