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    How do I represent this mathematically?

    What is the proper mathematical way to write this simple operation.

    So I have a set of numbers [1,2,3]
    And I and I want to add 'x' to each element

    Pretty straight forward. Thanks!
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    Re: How do I represent this mathematically?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vamz View Post
    What is the proper mathematical way to write this simple operation.

    So I have a set of numbers [1,2,3]
    And I and I want to add 'x' to each element

    Pretty straight forward. Thanks!
    Dear Vamz,

    Define the set A=\{1,2,3\}

    Let, B=\{a+x|a\in A,x\in\Re\}
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