The set is (A union B) intersect C. I was wondering if there was another way to write this that is not (A intersect C) union (B intersect C) I was thinking complement of (C \ (A union B)) Thank you for your help.
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Originally Posted by Jame The set is (A union B) intersect C. I was wondering if there was another way to write this that is not (A intersect C) union (B intersect C) I was thinking complement of (C \ (A union B)) Thank you for your help. !!!!!! You could say There are many different ways of saying the same thing...
Thanks so much. Looking at a Venn diagram I was able to see this!
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