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    Hello,

    I am not sure that realated question to here but i got this problem in probability course.

    If i have a group A so what doea A^c means?
    can eanyone give me an exmpale?

    Thanks
    Omri
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    Quote Originally Posted by omrimalek View Post
    I am not sure that realated question to here but i got this problem in probability course.

    If i have a group A so what doea A^c means?
    can eanyone give me an exmpale?
    If by "group" you mean a collection of things then the usual meaning of A^c is the complement of A.
    The set of all elements in the space not in A.
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