A well defined collection of distinct objects a

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10.A well-defined collection of distinct objects.a) Elementsb) Setsc)Patternsd) Symmetry
11.A set containing all the existing elements.
12.A set that has no element.
13.Two or more sets with the same elements.
14.Two or more sets with same number of elementsa)Equal setsb)Equivalent setsc)Joint setsd)Infinite sets
15.The elements resulted when the elements common two the two sets are subtrractedkfrom the minuend set.
16.It is the average of all elements of a set of data.
17.It is simply the value equal to the sum of all the values in a data.
18.Defined as the element in a set of data that has the greatest number of frequencies.a) Meanb) Medianc)Moded) Range
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GRACE MISSION COLLEGECatiningan, Socorro, Oriental Mindoro, 5207Prof: Sir Arlan L. Manhice-mail: [email protected]/0948-682-5764MIDTERM EXAMINATIONMATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD

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