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If A = {4, 7, 10, 13, 17} and B = {3, 5, 7, 9}, then which of the following statements is false? ØCA BCB <--- i think its this BCA

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  1. ethompsonn Group Title
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    there is an _ under the C mark, in the second answer BTW!

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    Its a compliment ?

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  3. ethompsonn Group Title
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    ??

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    Not sure what you are asking here :(

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  5. ethompsonn Group Title
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    nvm how about this one Use the listing method to represent the following set. {x | x I, x ≥ 3} {..., 0, 1, 2, 3} {3, 4, 5, 6, ...} {4, 5, 6, 7, ...}

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    x is greater than or equal to 3. Now you tell me ? @ethompsonn

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  7. ethompsonn Group Title
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    idk

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    remember the set should contain elements which are equal or greater than 3 ?

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    @ethompsonn

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    derrr...umm..err

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    Some authors use "⊂" for subset .. and "⊆" for "proper subset" .. and some take the other way round. Which way have you learnt it @ethompsonn ?

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  12. ethompsonn Group Title
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    so the first one

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  13. ethompsonn Group Title
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    the way u mentioned C for subset

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  14. ethompsonn Group Title
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    and the other one

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  15. Aditi_Singh Group Title
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    Okay!

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    Here are some important properties fo sets : • Null set is a subset of every set. • Every set is a subset of itself. Thus, this makes the first and the second option correct. And, you're left with just the 3rd option. So, That's the false statement.

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  17. ethompsonn Group Title
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    oooh, i get it

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    :)

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