If you're interested I'm just talking about the case where A is a subset of B
You could read ":" aloud by simply pausing: "For all a in A, a in B." Or you could read it as "it is true that."
Here's another way.
if and only if
Edit: upon reflection, what I wrote above:
Originally Posted by undefined
I believe this has the same meaning:
isn't precise enough, because is unspecified, thus the expression is not a sentence/proposition in the language (it cannot be assigned a truth value); we would still need the symbol, like I did in this post.
Last edited by undefined; Jun 4th 2010 at 11:50 AM.