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  • Set language and notation
    Mathematics Chapter 10
  • Elements of a Set
    A set is a collection of objects called elements which are clearly defined.
    It can be defined by :
    List the elements with {2, 4, 6, 8}
    State the properties of the elements with {even nos.}
    Draw a Venn diagram
  • Null and Equal sets
    A null set is an empty set with no elements or one general element.
    It is denoted by .
    A pair of equal sets are sets with similar elements.
  • Subsets and Proper subsets
    When all the elements of A are all the elements of B, A is the subset of B and A B.
    When B contains more elements of A and all the elements of A, A is the proper subset of B and A B.
    as a subset of every set.
  • Complement of a set
    The complement of a set are the elements in a universal set, E, that are not members of the set.
    The complement of A is written as A’.
    When E = {integers from 1 to 10} and A = {integers from 1 to 5}, A’ = {integers from 6 to 10}.
  • Intersection of a set
    The intersection of two sets is the set of elements common to both sets.
    A B is expressed as the intersection of A and B.
    When A = {1, 3} and B = {3, 4}, A B = {3}.
  • Union of a set
    The union of A and B is the set of all the elements in A and all the elements in B.
    A B is expressed as the union of A and B.
    When A = {1, 2, 3} and B = {3, 4}, A B = {1, 2, 3, 4}.
  • END