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## Chapter 2 Section 1-2

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# Chapter 2 Section 1-2 MATH174

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These are the in class notes from section 1 and 2 of chapter 2. These notes cover Sets and Set Operations and Their Properties.
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Discrete Mathematics
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Chris Woodard
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DISCRETE CHAPTER 2 SECTION 2.1-2.2 Set- collection of “objects” called elements or members  We use capital letters or sets o For example, S= {5,7,9} o 5 € S o {55,999,7777} = {5,7,9}  Empty set is also known as a null set or void set o Represented as { } or Ø  Cardinality of a set- the number of distinct elements of a set o The cardinal number of a set o Represented as |A|  The natural number- {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} o Represented as o Roster Notation: {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} o Set Buidler Notation: {X € /N | x ≤ 100}  The set of Intergers {-2, -1, 0, 1, 2,} o Represented as o {X € : 1 ≤ X ≤ 100}  The Rational Numbers- numbers that can be written as the ratio of 2 integers a,b where b ≠ 0. o Represented as o {x : x = a/b , a, b, € , and b ≠ 0}  Subset- a set of A is called a subset of set B o Represented as  The empty set- {} is a subset of every set o If every element of A also belongs to B o Example: A = juniors and B= students, then  Proper- set A is a proper subset of set B o Represented as A ⊂ B o If   but A ≠ B  Number of subsets of a set with n elements = 2^n  All but one subset is proper (the set itself is not a proper subset) o Number of proper subsets = 2^n­1  Venn Diagram- displays relationship between subsets  Powerset- a set S is the set of all subsets of S o Represented by P(S) o P(S) = {A | A ⊆ S} o If |A| = n  |P | (A) | = 2^n o Example: B= {4,5}  P (B) = { {4,5} , {4}, {5}, Ø} SECTION 2 SET OPERATORS AND THEIR PROPERTIES  Union- of two sets A and B is U o In one or both sets o Example: A U B= {X : X € A or X € B}  Intersection- of two sets A and B is A∩B o A∩B = { X: X € A and X € B} Example of Union and Intersections: A= {1,2,3,4,5} B= {0,2,4,6} A∩B = {2,4}      A U B= {0,1,2,3,4,5,6} Laws  Communitive- A∩B = B∩A  Associative= A U (B U C)= (A U B)UC  Distributive= A∩(B U C) = (A∩B) U (A∩C)  Disjoint- no elements in common o A and B are disjoint if and only if A∩B= Ø  Pairwise disjoint- if an 2 sets are disjoint  Difference- (A – B) o Elements in A but not B o {X: X€B and X ∉ B}  Symmetric Difference o Things in A but not in B o A ⊕ B = (A – B) U (B- A)  Set Compliment- of is Ā o Ā = {X: X € U and X ∉ A}  DeMorgan’s Law o A U B = A∩B and A∩B= A U B

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