Chapter 2: Relations


Understanding relations requires basic knowledge of sets. A Set is a collection of well defined objects of particular kind. For Example a set of outcomes of dice, a sets of English alphabet. Relation is always studied between two sets. If we have two non empty sets A and B then the relation R from set A to set B is represented by aRb, where a and b are the elements of the sets A and B respectively. For more details use the links given below:

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Exercises of Relations – Class 11th R.D. Sharma Solutions

Relations Exercise 2.1
Relations Exercise 2.2
Relations Exercise 2.3


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