I got a question that myself cant solve hope anyone here maybe could help! "Explain why the arbitrary amounts of M1, M2, M3, M4 must always apply to (M1 U M3) \ (M2 U M4) C (M1 \ M2) U (M3 \ M4) " // Winy
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Hi Winy, I'm not sure exactly about your problem, but it looks like something I'd try and draw a Venn diagram of first up? Could that help?
Originally Posted by Winy "Explain why the arbitrary amounts of M1, M2, M3, M4 must always apply to (M1 U M3) \ (M2 U M4) C (M1 \ M2) U (M3 \ M4) " Notice that Also
Thanks alot for your help and fast replays ! Hopefully i can figure it out now
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