Hello,
Just recall that (the complement of B) and use the usual properties of distribution and associativity of unions and intersections
Hi
I need help with the following sets questions
Let A, B and C be sets. Prove that
i)
Give an example of sets A, B and C for which
ii)
I have other proofs of various sets but they involved truth tables. But since these sets involve a subtract set(\), i am not sure on what to do.
thanks
Agree with Moo
Alternatively, Let where is the universal set. Then, whereas . I'm sure you can add the extra stipulation to finish this.Give an example of sets A, B and C for which
ii)
I have other proofs of various sets but they involved truth tables. But since these sets involve a subtract set(\), i am not sure on what to do.
thanks