## Solution for problem 7.3 Chapter 7

# Let S = {l, 2, 3} and G = S3. Write all of the elements of GT and G(T) in each case.(a)

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Let S = {l, 2, 3} and G = S3. Write all of the elements of GT and G(T) in each case.(a) T = {I} (b) T = {2, 3}

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Sets are essentially a collection of different items that constitute a group in mathematics. A set can include any number of elements, such as numbers, days of the week, car types, and so on. An element of the set refers to each object in the set. When writing a set, curly brackets are utilised. This is an example of a set in its most basic form. Set A consists of the numbers {1,2,3,4,5}.

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Let S = {l, 2, 3} and G = S3. Write all of the elements of GT and G(T) in each case.(a)