Fuzzy Neutrosophic Subgroupoids
Keywords:Fuzzy neutrosophic point, fuzzy neutrosophic product, fuzzy neutrosophic subgroupoids, fuzzy neutrosophic ideals.
AbstractIn this paper, we introduce the concept of fuzzy neutrosophic subgroupoidsÂ using fuzzy neutrosophic products.Furthur we investigate some properties of fuzzy neutrosophic products and subgroupoids.
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