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If A = {positive integers} and B = {…,−4, −3, −2, −1} what is A ∩ B?

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empty set
∩ means elements which are "common" to those sets.
which elements are common to A and B ?

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∩ is called the intersection. Think of it as the center of a venn diagram.
the options they give me are... { } {…, −3, −2, −1, 1, 2, 3, …} {1, 2, 3, 4, …} {…−3, −2, −1}
Look at what hartnn and I have said. What do you think the answer is?
@aminita first one is true....since there is nothing common between these two sets you see
yes that is the answer choice i picked but it said it was wrong...
there are no common integers that will fit within bity of these sets that is why i picked it but my teacher marked it wrong :/
take a screenshot of the problem and contact your teacher.
yeah your teacher is just violating the very basic concept of sets
okay thank you all for your help peeps!;)
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