$\displaystyle A \bigcap B=A \bigcap C then B=C$ write the converse. No idea how to do the converse of a set.
Last edited by premierplayer; Feb 24th 2009 at 05:06 PM.
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These two are converses of each other: $\displaystyle P \Rightarrow Q\;\& \;Q \Rightarrow P$.
Originally Posted by Plato These two are converses of each other: $\displaystyle P \Rightarrow Q\;\& \;Q \Rightarrow P$. Right but I dont see where it applies here which is my trouble.
is it just $\displaystyle B=C then A \bigcap B=A \bigcap C$
Originally Posted by premierplayer is it just $\displaystyle B=C then A \bigcap B=A \bigcap C$ right.
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