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Algebra 1210 Algerbra 1210

Mckenna
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College Algebra
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Professor Victor
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mckenna on Sunday February 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Algerbra 1210 at Bowling Green State University taught by Professor Victor in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see College Algebra in Applied Mathematics at Bowling Green State University.

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Date Created: 02/21/16
Notes Revision 1  ● Subset of a set  ○ x3­27/x­3 = (x­9)(x^2+9x)  ○ x^3­8/x­2=(x­2)(x^2+4x+2)/(x­2)  ● Set under consideration in a problem  ○ ex: 2 sets u= {1,2,4,7,9}, a= {2,4,7}, a1= {1,9}  ● The complement to set A, when in A1 in the set Abut in U but not in A      ● Operations on sets:  union of 2 sets A and B, written aB, in the set  A as in set B  or in both sets A and B  ○ ex: A={a,b,c}, B={f,g}, P={a,b,c,f,g,hB={a,b,c,f,g}  ○ Intersection of sets A and B. The sets of elements that belong to both A and B.  Symbolically then in written asB.  ○ ⋃­union, u­universal,­intersection  ○ ex: A={1,2,3,5}, B={1,2}, B={1,2} Let A={1,2,4,5,}, B={4,1,3,7,8}B={1,4}  Find (1) AA1  u={1,23,4}  A={2,3}  A1={1,4}  (2)  A⋃ ϕ​=A      (3)  A⋂ ϕ=ϕ        ● Disjoint sets 2 Sets A and B are disjoints if and onlB=iϕ A⋂ ○ Disjoint is when A and B have nothing in common, not disjoint is when  they do have something in common.

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