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find the smallest possible set(i.e. the set with the least number of elements) that contain the given set as subsets. {1,2,4}, {a,b}

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  1. shadowfiend
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    In this case, because there are no elements shared in either of these two sets, the smallest possible set would have to contain the values from both of these sets.

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