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Which of the following sets represents M∪N? {2, 5, 8} {4, 7} {3, 4, 6, 7, 9} {3, 6, 9} ill try to upload the pik also

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    |dw:1353463658499:dw|

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  2. chaguanas
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    It means, it is in m and also in n

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    ohh thank you,, that makes since,, wow i feel really dumb now haha

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    wait so that means everything in the circles,, even in the middle right

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    |dw:1353463975333:dw|As an example, my drawing, the shaded part is in m only, it is not in n

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    oh ok i think i understand,, so only 4 and 7 because they are the only ones in both

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    I think you're catching on.

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    haha thank yu :) what dous the u symbol stand for btw

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    u is the universal set. It is everything, m, n, and in this case outside of m and n.

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    alright,, but the answer is still 4,7 right im confused again

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    No need to be confused. You just asked about the universal set. You could ignore since it is not a part of the question. Have confidence. You already chose an answer, stand by it, and go to the next one.

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    thank you :)

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    I blew that one, AUB means it is in A or B, so it should be 3, 4, 6, 7, 9

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