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Sets Note Day 2

# Sets Note Day 2 - 17SetsNotesFilledIn.notebook...

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17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook 1 February 04, 2014 Sometimes an element of one set is also an element of another set. In this case, the sets overlap, and this overlap is called the ________________________________ of the sets. The intersection of set A and set B , denoted by , is The intersection of two sets consists of those elements that are common to both sets. For example, given the sets A = {Buffy, Spike, Willow, Xander} B = {Angel, Anya, Buffy, Giles, Spike} Their intersection is:

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17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook 2 February 04, 2014 The Venn diagram to the left illustrates the intersection of two sets. The shaded region in the middle represents .
17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook 3 February 04, 2014 Sometimes a pair of sets has no overlap. Consider a deck of playing cards. Let D = {cards | the card is a diamond} and S = {cards | the card is a spade}. No card can be in both sets at once; that is, . These sets are called ___________________________________________________. In a Venn diagram of mutually exclusive sets, the two sets do not overlap at all.

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