Can anyone run through the answer to this for me.

I'm a bit confused.

Let X and Y be subsets of some universal set U.

Use De Morgan's Laws to show that:

______

(X n Y ) n Y is equal to one of the following:

_

X n Y

_

X u Y

X

Y

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- May 25th 2009, 06:14 AMmcdonagh521Sets-Using De Morgan's Law
Can anyone run through the answer to this for me.

I'm a bit confused.

Let X and Y be subsets of some universal set U.

Use De Morgan's Laws to show that:

______

(X n Y ) n Y is equal to one of the following:

_

X n Y

_

X u Y

X

Y - May 25th 2009, 08:51 AMSoroban
Hello, mcdonagh521!

Quote:

Let and be subsets of some universal set

Use DeMorgan's Laws to show that: . is equal to one of the following:

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We have: .

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