anonymous
  • anonymous
If A = {negative even integers} and B = {negative odd integers}, what is A U B? A. {0} B. {negative integers} C. {integers} D. { } Is it C?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
U mean pretty much everything in, so everything in Negative even and negative odd would be B
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No if u union numbers you combine them together. Ex. If you have 2 pennies and 2 nickels and union them then you have 2pennies and two nickels. Thus if you union you get negative even and negative odd you have negative odd and even numbers which are negative integers.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ooo okay, thank you :)

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