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    Set Theory Help - Simple Question

    I have got the following question

    (AUC)'\(CnD)

    What does the \ mean?

    Tried googling cant find it
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    Sorry Wrong section
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    Quote Originally Posted by snox01 View Post
    I have got the following question
    (AUC)'\(CnD) What does the \ mean?
    It us used as 'set minus': A\backslash B = A \cap B^c.
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    Is that where B^c is the complement of B
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    Quote Originally Posted by snox01 View Post
    Is that where B^c is the complement of B
    Yes.

    Wikipedia gives some writings about the \ operation : Set (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and Complement (set theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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