# Important Information About Hasse Diagram

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S = {0,1} and consider the partial order relation R defined on S X S X S as follows: for all ordered triples (a, b, c) and (d, e, f) in S X S X S.

( a, b, c ) R ( d, e, f ) <-> a ≤ d, b ≤ e, c ≤ f,

where ≤ denotes the usual "less than or equal to" relation for real numbers. Please demonstrate how to draw a Hasse diagram for this. I don't know how. Thanks.

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