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Unformatted text preview: the items in your set B are 90, 120, 30, 60 and 40. Note: if you have one or two identical items in both sets, then assume that the prices of the identical items are the same as the prices that appear in set A (instead of having two different prices to the same item.) What will the total cost of Set A be if it contains one unit of each item? 270 (total of set A) What will the total cost of the union set be if it contains one unit of each item? 440 (total of set A & B) What will be the total cost of the intersection? 100 (total of items in set A that are also in set B) What will the total cost of the union and of the intersection be if you consider two set A's and three set B's? Union: 1860 (2 set A’s + 3 set B’s) Intersection: 500 (2 set A’s + 3 set B’s= Intersection x 5)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course BUS 306 taught by Professor Dr.auden during the Spring '11 term at Trident Technical College.
- Spring '11