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    Red face Quantitative Methods

    Been given an example and would like some help I am new to Quantitative Methods nd Statistics, the Assisgnment is as follows:


    The Universal set this problem is a set of studenst at WUA.
    Let M denote the set of Maths majors.
    Let CS denote the set of Computer Science majors.
    Let T denote the set of students who had a test on Friday.
    Let P denote those students who ate pizza last Thursday.

    Rewrite the following assertations using set theoretical notation.
    Questions
    a- Computer Science majors had a test on Friday [4]
    b- No Maths major ate pizza last Thursday [4]
    c- One or more Maths Majors did not eat pizza last Thusrday [4]
    d- Those Computer Science majors who did not have a test on Fridayand ate pizza on Thursday [4]
    e- Maths or Computer Science majors who ate pizza on Thursday did not have a test on Friday [4].
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    Re: Quantitative Methods

    Do you know how " \cap", intersection of sets, and " \cup", union of sets, are definedf?
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