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Let, S={3,7} and T={4} be any set and P(SUT) be a power set of union of S and T.

P(S)={∅,{3},{7},{3,7}}

P(T)={∅, {4}}

P(S)UP(T)={∅, {3},{4},{7},{3,7}}

Now, (SUT)={3,4,7}

and P(SUT)={∅,{3,...

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