If R is a relation on a finite set having n elements, then the number of relations on A is 2^{n} 2^{(} ^{n)2} n^{2} n^{n} Share with your friends Share 5 Shikhar Dutta answered this Its 2^{n} Hope it helps !!! -8 View Full Answer Nirai answered this its 2^n -10 Amit Goel answered this 2^{(n)^2 i.e. 2 to the n square} 4 Kartik answered this it is 2^n it is a formula given in the text book read it care fully -11 Deeksha Khatter answered this It's 2 raised to power n^2 3 Deeksha Khatter answered this It's 2 raised to power n^2 14 Saksham Sharma answered this But how 2 raise to the power n square comes -6 Arpan Das answered this how 2^n comes -4 Arpan Das answered this how n^2 comes -1 Donal Jose answered this Let consider set a havi -3 Donal Jose answered this Let A is a set having n numher of elements . Then the relation from A×A is defined as Two raised to n square Mathematical written as 2^(n^2) 13 Richu answered this Since number of elements is n Therefore total number of relations on a is 2^n 1 Parvin Kumar answered this 2^n2 (b option is correct) 1 Rehman Pathan answered this 2^{n^2}This is the correct answer. 1 Urvashi Teotia answered this 2n is correct 0