Question

# The relation ''less than'' in the set of natural number is

- Only symmetric
- Only transitive
- Only reflexive
- Equivalence relation

## The correct answer is: Only transitive

### To define the given statement.

x < y, y < z

x < z V x, y, z ∈ N

xRy, yRz

xRz,

The relation is transitive.

x < y does not imply y < x.

Relation is not symmetric.

As x < x is not valid, the relation is not reflexive.

Hence, the relation is only transitive.

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