Prove if $\displaystyle B-C\subseteq A^c$, then $\displaystyle A \cap B \subseteq C$
Not too sure how to prove this...I tried drawing some Venn diagrams and I believe A must be a subset of C...but it didn't really get me any closer to proving it
Prove if $\displaystyle B-C\subseteq A^c$, then $\displaystyle A \cap B \subseteq C$
Not too sure how to prove this...I tried drawing some Venn diagrams and I believe A must be a subset of C...but it didn't really get me any closer to proving it