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Asked Feb 21, 2019

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Subject: Elements if Set Theory

By Herbert B. Enderton

Having trouble with a written assignment given by the professor.

I think we need to use Proof by Induction

Step 1

It is required to prove the given set theoretic identities using mathematical induction

Step 2

(a) first verify the identify for the case n =2

Step 3

(a) continued: Now assume the identity to be true for n. The verification for n+1 follows from the cas...

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