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The relation of divisibility in the set of non-zero integers is (a) reflexive, symmetric and transitive (b) reflexive, anti-symmetric and transitive (c) reflexive and symmetric, but not transitive (d) symmetric and transitive, but not reflexive
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The relation of divisibility in the set of non-zero integers is
(a) reflexive, symmetric and transitive
(b) reflexive, anti-symmetric and transitive
(c) reflexive and symmetric, but not transitive
(d) symmetric and transitive, but not reflexive
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