1. Prove that a) ; b) (A symmetric difference B) =
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Originally Posted by ninano1205 1. Prove that a) ; b) (A symmetric difference B) = for both, show that each side is a subset of the other. do you know how to do this? for instance, in the first, show that AND can you continue?
Thank you for the response. But I know till u proceeded, my problem is after that. For the first part, I don't know how to prove LHS is a subset of RHS.
Hello, (definition of the difference) (de Morgan's law) (distributivity) (associativity) But Hence And (definition of the difference) So now you have :
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