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set
collection of objects whose contents can be clearly determined
element
any one of the distinct objects that make up that set.
Members
any one of the distinct objects that make up that set.
well defined
an expression is called well-defined or unambiguous if its definition assigns it a unique interpretation or value.
word description
a detailed way of representing something
ex. a stands for the amount of apples picked in a week
roster method
listing elements inside of a set of brackets
set builder notation
W = {x l x is a day of the week}.
empty set
set with no elememts
null set
set with no elements
not
compliment
but
intersection
natural numbers
set of counting numbers
cardinal numbers
number of distinct elements in a set
equivalent sets
both sets contain the same number of elements
one-to-one correspondence
each element of set A can be exactly paired with one of the elements of set B; and vise versa
solving survey problems
solving survey problems start with the intersection of the sets, the innermost region, and work outward
or
union
and
intersection
cardinal number formula
n(AUB) = n(A) + n (B) - n (A^B)
Intersection of a set
set of elements common to both set A and set B
Compliment of a set
set of all elements in the universal set that are not in given set
Disjoint set
2 sets that have no elements in commo
finite set
a set whose cardinality is 0 or a natural number
infinite set
a set whose cardinality is not 0 or a natural number
Union of a set
union of a set set of elements that are members of set A or set B or of both sets
equal sets
when 2 sets contain exactly the same elements
proper subsets
2^n -1
subset
a set being broken into smaller sets
universal set
set that contains all the elements being considered in a given discussion or problem
number of subsets
2^n
deMorgan's Laws
the complement of the intersection of 2 sets is the union of the complements of those sets; the complement of the union of 2 sets is the intersection of the complements of those sets
venn diagram
a diagram displaying two different lists of differences and similarities
c-
is an element of
c-/
is NOT an element of
common elements
having some, meaning at least 1, of the same elements in 2 sets
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