Hi guys,
Lets say I have two sets:
A = { 0, 1, 2 } (where 0 represents the empty set, I don't know how to include the appropriate symbol)
B = { 1, 4 }
I am asked for the set difference: A - B.
I understand what is asked, I must list which elements are elements of A but not elements of B.
What is throwing me a bit is the fact that they listed the empty set as an explicit member of A.
Would the correct answer be:
A - B = { 0, 2 }
or
A - B = { 2 }
I understand that the empty set is a proper subset of any set and that when you calculate the powerset you will always list the empty set as one of the elements, but why include the empty set in A like my lecturer did here?
Thank you in advance for any help with this.