# Suppose that A × B = where, A and B are sets. What can you

## Problem 30E Chapter 2.1

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Problem 30E

Suppose that A × B = where, A and B are sets. What can you conclude?

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Solution :Step 1:In this problem we have to define the , where A and B are two sets.

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