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## Math 105 Notes- Week 1

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# Math 105 Notes- Week 1 MATH 105

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These notes cover Review Section 1 in the College Algebra textbook
COURSE
College Algebra
PROF.
Dr. Phillip Funtulis
TYPE
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PAGES
3
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Math, Algebra
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Date Created: 01/23/16
Funtulis- MATH 105 Review Section 1: Sets - 1/20/16 Set- a collection of any objects of our intuition; a well-defined collection of any objects (physical or abstract). Well-Defined- the set is not biased; one is able to determine what is in the set. Ex. {all great actresses} since “great” is a relative term, this set would be based on opinion and therefore not well-defined. Empty Set- also referred to as the null set, this set contains no elements. Ex. {Unicorns on Earth} = probably an empty set. Statement- assertion of truth. Set-Builder Notation:  Set Braces { }, enclose the elements a set contains. Ex. {1,2,3,4}  Ellipsis points (…) , indicate that the set continues following the same pattern; can also indicate that the set is infinite if appearing at the end of a set. Ex. {1,2,3,4,…}  Separating line, |, reads “so that” or “such that”; seen when using variables in the statement of a set. Ex. {x | x is a natural number between 1 and 4} Funtulis- MATH 105 Review Section 1: Real Numbers – 1/22/16 Real Numbers  Natural Numbers: {1,2,3,4,…}  Whole Numbers: {0,1,2,3,…} whole numbers include zero!  Integers: {…-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,…} integers include negative numbers!  Rational Numbers: {p/q | p is an integer, q is an integer that is not zero} rational numbers are fractions that do not have a denominator of zero!  Irrational Numbers: {…π, square roots, e} irrational numbers include repeating, non- terminating numbers that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers! Subset- a set within a set. Ex. Natural numbers are a subset of whole numbers. Containment- an element of a set that is expressed as being contained by a set. Ex. 0 E {x | -1 ≤ x < 3} *Integers are a proper subset of Rationals (proper- lacking some elements)* Funtulis- MATH 105 **Empty set- { } or ; { }- a set containing an empty set; - a subset of every set (the empty, or null, set}** The union of two sets, A and B for example, is the set that contains all of the elements of both A and B. Ex. A = {1,2,3}, B = {2,3,7}, so {1,2,3} U {2,3,7} = {1,2,3,7} The intersection of two sets, A and B for example, is the set that includes the elements set A and set B have in common. Ex. A = {1,2,3}, B = {2,3,7}, so {1,2,3} ∩ {2,3,7} = {2,3} Disjoint Set- sets that have no elements in common. Ex. A = {1,2,3}, B = {4,5,6}, therefore A ∩ B =

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