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An individual's phone number contains seven digits, not including the area code, from the set A shown below. A = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9} Set B represents the digits in Brent's phone number. B = {5, 5, 5, 3, 0, 9, 9} Set C represents the digits in Charlie's phone number. C = {8, 6, 7, 5, 3, 0, 9} How many even numbers are in the set ∼(B ∩ C)?

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  1. Solmyr
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    FLVS?

  2. catstar98
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    yea

  3. Solmyr
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    what module is it???

  4. catstar98
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    3.03

  5. Solmyr
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    nvm i got it

  6. catstar98
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    so whats the answer ?

  7. Solmyr
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    btw is the question multiple choice?

  8. Solmyr
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    or essay

  9. catstar98
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    no essay

  10. Solmyr
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    ok give me a sec

  11. Solmyr
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    (B ∩ C) the answer i think would be is that the intersection is empty because none of the even intergers match in both B and C

  12. Solmyr
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    if the question asked for odd intergers it would be 5,3, and 9

  13. catstar98
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    it asks for even numbers

  14. Solmyr
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    i know but an example would be

  15. Solmyr
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    B: {-1,0,2,4,6,7} C: {2,3,5,8} B ∩ C = {2}

  16. catstar98
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    thanks (:

  17. Solmyr
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    do u understand

  18. catstar98
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    yea

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