idempotent law

idempotent law

[¦i‚dem¦pōt·ənt ′lȯ]
(mathematics)
A law which states that an element x of an algebraic system satisfies x 2= x.
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The above result (called the weak idempotent law of IVF soft sets) indicates that the [conjunction]-product operation of IVF soft sets is idempotent with respect to IVF soft J-equal relations.
In the above discussion, we have shown some nonclassical algebraic properties concerning soft product operations of IVF soft sets by considering idempotent laws. Next, we will investigate other interesting properties with regard to operations [conjunction] and [disjunction] of IVF soft sets by considering distributive laws.