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What are all the subsets of the set? {–1, 9} Please solve and explain!

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    Well a subset must have everything in the set, so -1, 9 I would think?

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    Could you please explain an answer?

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    Okay:) A a subset is everything in a provided set, it has to be, or its not considered a subset. So the only things in the set are -1 and 9 so the only possible subsets are -1 and 9

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    Now I understand, Thanks for the answer! Best Responce @NeedMathHelpBadly

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    Thanks!

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