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For each of these pairs of sets, determine whether the

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Problem 4E

For each of these pairs of sets, determine whether the first is a subset of the second, the second is a subset of the first, or neither is a subset of the other.a) the set of people who speak English, the set of people who speak English with an Australian accent________________b) the set of fruits, the set of citrus fruits________________c) the set of students studying discrete mathematics, the set of students studying data structures

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Solution:Step 1:In this question, we have to determine whether the first is a subset of the second, the second is a subset of the first, or neither is a subset of the other.

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
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Author: Kenneth Rosen
ISBN: 9780073383095

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