Vladislav Papayan #2 wrote:

> > 6) Is it true that in each case, \\((A \vee B)\leq C\\)?

> It is not true in general. Although this happened to be true in my selection example. It is not true in general, because \\(\vee\\) can produce generative effects, such as new connections, that were not part of \\(C\\), given how \\(C\\) could be selected according to 5.

Is this right?

I thought that by definition \\( (A \vee B) \le C \\) if both \\(A \le C \\) and \\(B \le C \\) (which are the criteria for selecting \\(C\\), stated in part 5 of the exercise).

> > 6) Is it true that in each case, \\((A \vee B)\leq C\\)?

> It is not true in general. Although this happened to be true in my selection example. It is not true in general, because \\(\vee\\) can produce generative effects, such as new connections, that were not part of \\(C\\), given how \\(C\\) could be selected according to 5.

Is this right?

I thought that by definition \\( (A \vee B) \le C \\) if both \\(A \le C \\) and \\(B \le C \\) (which are the criteria for selecting \\(C\\), stated in part 5 of the exercise).