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# SLP 1 - 20 40 60 70 80=270 Total cost of the union set if...

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TUI UNIVERSITY Dean J. Keveles Module 1 Session Long Project BUS306 Quantitative Reasoning Dr. Jolanta Auden July 11, 2011

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A={Fuel, Clothes, Electricity, Food, Mortgage} B={Smartphone, iPad, BluRay Player, Movies, Vacation Trip} A={20, 40, 60, 70, 80} B={90, 120, 30, 60, 40} Items in the union of Set A and Set B: A B={ Fuel, Clothes, Electricity, Food, Mortgage, Smartphone, iPad, BluRay Player, Movies, Vacation Trip} Items in the intersection of Set A and Set B: Α∩Β = Ø Total cost of Set A if it contains one unit of each item:
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Unformatted text preview: 20+40+60+70+80=270 Total cost of the union set if it contains one unit of each item: 20+2(40)+2(60)+70+80+90+120+30=610 A ∪ B={610} Total cost of the intersection: Α∩Β = Ø (no identical items between both sets, yet identical pricing exists) 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: Α∩Β = Ø A=20+40+60+70+80=270 2 x 270=540 B=90+120+ 30+60+40=340 3 x 340=1020 540+1020=1560 A ∪ B={1560}...
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