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## Problem 10E Chapter 2.5

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Problem 10E

Give an example of two uncountable sets A and B such that A ? B isa) finite.________________b) countably infinite.________________c) uncountable.

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Solution Step 1:We have given the two uncountable sets A and B and we need to give the example such that is (a) finite (b)countably infinite (c)uncountable.Step 2:(a) is finiteis finite for uncountable sets A and B.Let A and B be the same sets,set of real numbers then is empty of size zero.then is finite.

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