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    basic concepts set theory

    Given the following sets, determine which pairs are equal.
    A= (c,f,j,k); C= (j,k,f,c); B= (x,y,z,w); D= ( 8,3,6,9)

    a) A = C
    b) C=D
    c) A=B
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    Hello, danlynbut!

    Do you know the definition of equal sets?

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    Yes a subset a set is a subset of another if each of its elements is a member of the other set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlynbut View Post
    Yes a subset a set is a subset of another if each of its elements is a member of the other set.
    So which two sets have this property? Remember, the order of the sets is immaterial.

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