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Unformatted text preview: Name: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Math 216, Fall 2009 Practice Exam 1 Logic, Sets, Relations and Functions Set properties with multiple notation Let A,B be two sets Set complement A c = A Set Minus A \ B = A- B 1. (20) Match the left hand sets (1-5) to their equivalent right hand sets (a-e): 1 ( A c ∪ B ) c ∩ C xxxxxxxxxxxxx ( C \ A ) ∪ ( C \ B ) a 2 (( A ∪ B ) ∩ C ) c xxxxxxxxxxxxx A c ∪ B c ∪ C b 3 (( A ∩ B ) ∪ C c ) c xxxxxxxxxxxxx A- ( B ∩ C ) c 4 ( A ∩ B c ) ∪ ( A ∩ C c ) A ∩ B c ∩ C d 5 ( A ∩ B ) c ∪ ( C ∪ B c ) ( A c ∪ C c ) ∩ ( A c ∩ C c ) e (1) = ( ) (2) = ( ) (3) = ( ) (4) = ( ) (5) = ( ) 1 Name: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 2. (15) Suppose x ∈ { days } and: M ( x ) x is a Monday P ( x ) measurable precipitation on x A ( x ) accident occurs on day x W ( x ) your car is washed on x (a) Write “If it is Monday and there is measurable precipitation and you wash your car, then you will have an accident” using logical quantifiers and operations....
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