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Prove that if A1, A2, …, An and B are sets, then

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Problem 40E

Prove that if A1, A2, …, An and B are sets, then

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9/6/16 SetTheory Sunday,October9,2016 11:13PM Consistsofacollectionofobjectsdefinedbythesamerulethatexplainswhatsetmembershipmeans Symbols: |---------- suchthat ∅----------- "theemptyset" ⊂---------- isasubsetof ∈---------- anelementof ∉----------- notanelementof ∩---------- intersects ∪-------- settheoreticunion ’----------- inthecomplementof Ex.IfSrepresentsalloddwholenumbers/Rrepresentsallevenwholenumbers 3isanelementofS( ∈) Disjointsets(nothingincommon) 2isnotanelementofS( ∉) TheEmptySet(∅)-setwhichcontainsnoelements Subsets⊂ (forallthefollowingexampleswewilluseSandTasoursets) IfsomethingisinStheniti

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