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Show that if A and B are sets. A is uncountable, and A B.

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Problem 15E

Show that if A and B are sets. A is uncountable, and A ? B. then B is uncountable.

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SOLUTION Step 1In this problem we have to show that if the sets and A is uncountable,then B is countable.Step 2Given A is uncountable.Let us assume that B is countable.Therefore B contains a set of elements Since it...

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