Can you conclude that A = B if A and B are two sets with the same power set?
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Suppose A and B are two sets with same power set.
Let P (A) be the power set of A and P (B) be the power set of B .
Assume P (A) = P(B)
power set of A is ,the set of all subsets of A including A and the empty set.
so we say that P(A) is generated by A.
Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
Author: Kenneth Rosen
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