P is a set containing n elements.a subset A is elected at random.The set P is reconstructed by replacing its elements.A subset B of P is again selected at random

the no of ways of selecting subsets A and B such that A(union)B is equal to P

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- January 21st 2011, 09:57 AMprasumset
P is a set containing n elements.a subset A is elected at random.The set P is reconstructed by replacing its elements.A subset B of P is again selected at random

the no of ways of selecting subsets A and B such that A(union)B is equal to P - January 21st 2011, 10:16 AMPlato
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