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    Let ^ be a nonempty indexing set, let A* = {A subscript alpha such that alpha is an..

    Let ^ be a nonempty indexing set, let A*={A (subscript alpha) such that alpha is an element of ^} be an indexing family of sets, and let B be a set. Use the results of the theorems for indeing sets and indexing families of sets to prove :

    B- ( Intersection of (alpha in the ^ <- below intersect symbol; A (subscript alpha) <- next to intersection symbol) = Union of (B-A (subscript alpha) <- next to Union symbol w/ (alpha in the ^ below intersect symbol)

    How would I go about doing this proof, it is extra points on my quiz and I cannot figure it out, please help!
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    Re: Let ^ be a nonempty indexing set, let A* = {A subscript alpha such that alpha is

    Quote Originally Posted by Brjakewa View Post
    Let ^ be a nonempty indexing set, let A*={A (subscript alpha) such that alpha is an element of ^} be an indexing family of sets, and let B be a set. Use the results of the theorems for indeing sets and indexing families of sets to prove :

    B- ( Intersection of (alpha in the ^ <- below intersect symbol; A (subscript alpha) <- next to intersection symbol) = Union of (B-A (subscript alpha) <- next to Union symbol w/ (alpha in the ^ below intersect symbol)

    How would I go about doing this proof, it is extra points on my quiz and I cannot figure it out, please help!
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