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Option A ) https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2004-06-03-02-00_files/i0160001.jpg Option B ) https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2004-06-03-02-00_files/i0160002.jpg Option C) https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2004-06-03-02-00_files/i0160003.jpg Option D) https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2004-06-03-02-00_files/i0160004.jpg
actually we are dealing with set intersection... as in what does s^c and t^c have in common that c is another notation for ' which means not so \[ S^c ∩ T^c\] means NOT C and NOT T
NOT S and NOT T rather . fast typing
Ya I might be wrong on that. UsukiDoll is probably right!
last choice is wrong... because that means S AND T not what we're looking for
So C would be correct since they are not shaded?
having NOT S would mean the outside of the S circle same for NOT T . that's outside of the T circle
so the box is just shaded.
what if the question were S^c ∩ T
that would mean NOT S and regular T
so regular T gets shaded. anything not involving S gets shaded too but since it's intersection it will just be the circle T. (I'm studying this again this semester)