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The number of subsets that can be created from the set {1, 2, 3} is.. A- 3 B- 6 C- 7 D- 8
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Loser66
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any idea?
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I thought maybe B @Loser66
Loser66
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why?

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Because 3 + 2 + 1 equals 6. Lol, I honestly do not know if it correct.
Loser66
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\(\{\emptyset \}\) is always a subset of any set
Loser66
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the set is always a subset of itself. In this case, \(\{1,2,3\}\) is a subset of itself So far, we have 2 subsets, right?
Loser66
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One element: \(\{1\}\), \(\{2\}\),\(\{3\}\)
Loser66
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2 element subsets: \(\{1,2\}\), we still have 2 more, can you list them out?
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No, sadly I can not.
Loser66
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neither I. I am sorry. My limit is just there. You MUST contribute to YOUR OWN problem.
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Thanks anyhow, I just began this course of math and never have got taught it. I don't know honestly, but once again, thanks.

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