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Date: _________ Objective: To define and understand infinite and finite sets. Sets: collection of elements. They are represented with the following symbols { }. There are 2 different types of sets: infinite or finite. Ex: A:{3,4,5,6} B:{…,-2,-1,0,1,2,…} C:{all integers} D:{ all volleyball players @ Youngker } Element: A number , letter, point, line, or any other object contained in a set . Ex: the elements of the set {a, b, c} are the letters a , b , and c . Ex: {-2,-4,-6,-8,-10} Finite sets: sets that are able to be counted, limited Ex: A = { 2,3,4,5} Infinite sets : sets that are
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