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# Homework1_v2 - E 7 D E A 8 D E A 9 A B 10 A B C E Problems 11—15 Answer Options for Problems 11-15 a{1-1 b{1,2,3 c}=(The empty set d{2,3

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ITI 111 Fall 2010 Homework #1 SETS Due on Tuesday, September 7th at 11:30pm. NOTE: It is a good idea to print out this sheet, or keep it open in a second window, as the web site simply gives multiple choices or True/False options, but does not repeat the questions. Answers must be entered in the Tests & Quizzes section in Sakai. Problems 1—10 Consider these set definitions: A={1,2,3} B={1,3,5,7} C={2,3} D={1,3,2,4} E={1,2,3,5,7,8} F={3,2} For each problem below, is the relationship between the sets correctly described? For example, for problem 1, enter “True” if set A (listed above) is a subset of C (above). Otherwise, enter “False” 1. A C 2. C A 3. D C 4. D C A 5. F C 6. D A

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Unformatted text preview: E 7. D E A 8. D E A 9. A B 10. A B C E Problems 11—15: Answer Options for Problems 11-15 a. {1,-1} b. {1,2,3} c. {}= (The empty set) d. {2,3} e. {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} ITI 111 Fall 2010 Homework #1 For each problem below, find a set that is equal to the set listed in the problem. For example, for the set specified by problem 11, your answer could be “b”, meaning the set specified by problem 11 is equal to the set specified by answer “b” (note: it’s not… the real answer to problem 11 is different than “b”). Note that problems 13—15 use the set definitions from above. 11. {x: x*x-1=0} 12. {t:(t-1)(t-2)(t-3)=0} 13. A {u:2u=5} 14. C F 15. C F...
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Homework1_v2 - E 7 D E A 8 D E A 9 A B 10 A B C E Problems 11—15 Answer Options for Problems 11-15 a{1-1 b{1,2,3 c}=(The empty set d{2,3

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