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© L. Plümer 1 Punktmengentopologie Beziehungen zwischen Punktmengen
© L. Plümer 2 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 3 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 4 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 5 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y not X inside Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 6 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y not X inside Y not not Y inside X XYXY
© L. Plümer 7 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y not X inside Y not not Y inside X not not X covers Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 8 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y not X inside Y not not Y inside X not not X covers Y not Y covers X XYXY
© L. Plümer 9 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjoint Y not X meets Y not X equals Y not X inside Y not not Y inside X not not X covers Y not Y covers X not X overlaps Y XYXY
© L. Plümer 10 Topologische Relationen X YX° Y° X Y°X° Y Operation X disjunkt Y not X trifft Y not X gleicht Y not X innerhalb Y not Y überdeckt X not not Y innerhalb X not not X überdeckt Y not X überlappt Y
y x y=x-2 y=x+2 Slopes are the same y x y=2x-4 y=2x+1 Slopes are the same.
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