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i dont understand ur question can u attach/draw it so i can get a clear view

yeah give me just a sec

true

in other words the question is asking if 6 is an element of the set (1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

The relation "is an element of", also called set membership, is denoted by the symbol "∈".

the answer in the back of the book says false, but i dont have an explanation as to why its false

oh hold - sorry it is false because [6] is the 'set 6 ' not 6

6 is an element of the set but the set {6} is not

ah okay so if it was 6 by itself it would be true, but since it's 1-7 it makes it false?

* sub set of the big set

ah okay that makes sense

anyway false is correct

okay thank you

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