BuyFindarrow_forward

Elements Of Modern Algebra

8th Edition
Gilbert + 2 others
ISBN: 9781285463230
Textbook Problem
1 views

In Exercises 14 35 , prove each statement.

( A B ) = A B

To determine

To prove: The statement (AB)=AB.

Explanation

Formula Used:

Complement of a set A is defined as,

A={xU|xA}

If A and B are two sets then AB is defined as {x|xAandxB}.

If A and B are two sets then AB is defined as {x|xAorxB}.

Proof:

Let x(AB).

Then,

x(AB)x(AB)xA and xBxA and xBxAB

So, (AB)AB

Still sussing out bartleby?

Check out a sample textbook solution.

See a sample solution

The Solution to Your Study Problems

Bartleby provides explanations to thousands of textbook problems written by our experts, many with advanced degrees!

Get Started
Sect-1.1 P-1ESect-1.1 P-2ESect-1.1 P-3ESect-1.1 P-4ESect-1.1 P-5ESect-1.1 P-6ESect-1.1 P-7ESect-1.1 P-8ESect-1.1 P-9ESect-1.1 P-10ESect-1.1 P-11ESect-1.1 P-12ESect-1.1 P-13ESect-1.1 P-14ESect-1.1 P-15ESect-1.1 P-16ESect-1.1 P-17ESect-1.1 P-18ESect-1.1 P-19ESect-1.1 P-20ESect-1.1 P-21ESect-1.1 P-22ESect-1.1 P-23ESect-1.1 P-24ESect-1.1 P-25ESect-1.1 P-26ESect-1.1 P-27ESect-1.1 P-28ESect-1.1 P-29ESect-1.1 P-30ESect-1.1 P-31ESect-1.1 P-32ESect-1.1 P-33ESect-1.1 P-34ESect-1.1 P-35ESect-1.1 P-36ESect-1.1 P-37ESect-1.1 P-38ESect-1.1 P-39ESect-1.1 P-40ESect-1.1 P-41ESect-1.1 P-42ESect-1.1 P-43ESect-1.2 P-1TFESect-1.2 P-2TFESect-1.2 P-3TFESect-1.2 P-4TFESect-1.2 P-5TFESect-1.2 P-6TFESect-1.2 P-7TFESect-1.2 P-8TFESect-1.2 P-9TFESect-1.2 P-1ESect-1.2 P-2ESect-1.2 P-3ESect-1.2 P-4ESect-1.2 P-5ESect-1.2 P-6ESect-1.2 P-7ESect-1.2 P-8ESect-1.2 P-9ESect-1.2 P-10ESect-1.2 P-11ESect-1.2 P-12ESect-1.2 P-13ESect-1.2 P-14ESect-1.2 P-15ESect-1.2 P-16ESect-1.2 P-17ESect-1.2 P-18ESect-1.2 P-19ESect-1.2 P-20ESect-1.2 P-21ESect-1.2 P-22ESect-1.2 P-23ESect-1.2 P-24ESect-1.2 P-25ESect-1.2 P-26ESect-1.2 P-27ESect-1.2 P-28ESect-1.3 P-1TFESect-1.3 P-2TFESect-1.3 P-3TFESect-1.3 P-4TFESect-1.3 P-5TFESect-1.3 P-6TFESect-1.3 P-1ESect-1.3 P-2ESect-1.3 P-3ESect-1.3 P-4ESect-1.3 P-5ESect-1.3 P-6ESect-1.3 P-7ESect-1.3 P-8ESect-1.3 P-9ESect-1.3 P-10ESect-1.3 P-11ESect-1.3 P-12ESect-1.4 P-1TFESect-1.4 P-2TFESect-1.4 P-3TFESect-1.4 P-4TFESect-1.4 P-5TFESect-1.4 P-6TFESect-1.4 P-7TFESect-1.4 P-8TFESect-1.4 P-9TFESect-1.4 P-1ESect-1.4 P-2ESect-1.4 P-3ESect-1.4 P-4ESect-1.4 P-5ESect-1.4 P-6ESect-1.4 P-7ESect-1.4 P-8ESect-1.4 P-9ESect-1.4 P-10ESect-1.4 P-11ESect-1.4 P-12ESect-1.4 P-13ESect-1.4 P-14ESect-1.4 P-15ESect-1.4 P-16ESect-1.5 P-1TFESect-1.5 P-2TFESect-1.5 P-3TFESect-1.5 P-1ESect-1.5 P-2ESect-1.5 P-3ESect-1.5 P-4ESect-1.5 P-5ESect-1.5 P-6ESect-1.5 P-7ESect-1.5 P-8ESect-1.5 P-9ESect-1.5 P-10ESect-1.6 P-1TFESect-1.6 P-2TFESect-1.6 P-3TFESect-1.6 P-4TFESect-1.6 P-5TFESect-1.6 P-6TFESect-1.6 P-7TFESect-1.6 P-8TFESect-1.6 P-9TFESect-1.6 P-10TFESect-1.6 P-11TFESect-1.6 P-12TFESect-1.6 P-1ESect-1.6 P-2ESect-1.6 P-3ESect-1.6 P-4ESect-1.6 P-5ESect-1.6 P-6ESect-1.6 P-7ESect-1.6 P-8ESect-1.6 P-9ESect-1.6 P-10ESect-1.6 P-11ESect-1.6 P-12ESect-1.6 P-13ESect-1.6 P-14ESect-1.6 P-15ESect-1.6 P-16ESect-1.6 P-17ESect-1.6 P-18ESect-1.6 P-19ESect-1.6 P-20ESect-1.6 P-21ESect-1.6 P-22ESect-1.6 P-23ESect-1.6 P-24ESect-1.6 P-25ESect-1.6 P-26ESect-1.6 P-27ESect-1.6 P-28ESect-1.6 P-29ESect-1.6 P-30ESect-1.6 P-31ESect-1.6 P-32ESect-1.7 P-1TFESect-1.7 P-2TFESect-1.7 P-3TFESect-1.7 P-4TFESect-1.7 P-5TFESect-1.7 P-6TFESect-1.7 P-1ESect-1.7 P-2ESect-1.7 P-3ESect-1.7 P-4ESect-1.7 P-5ESect-1.7 P-6ESect-1.7 P-7ESect-1.7 P-8ESect-1.7 P-9ESect-1.7 P-10ESect-1.7 P-11ESect-1.7 P-12ESect-1.7 P-13ESect-1.7 P-14ESect-1.7 P-15ESect-1.7 P-16ESect-1.7 P-17ESect-1.7 P-18ESect-1.7 P-19ESect-1.7 P-20ESect-1.7 P-21ESect-1.7 P-22ESect-1.7 P-23ESect-1.7 P-24ESect-1.7 P-25ESect-1.7 P-26ESect-1.7 P-27ESect-1.7 P-28ESect-1.7 P-29ESect-1.7 P-30E

Additional Math Solutions

Find more solutions based on key concepts

Show solutions add

Find the general indefinite integral. x54dx

Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Volume I

Find the sum of the series. 73. n=0(1)nx4nn!

Calculus: Early Transcendentals

In Exercises 8387, determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is true, explain why it is true. If ...

Applied Calculus for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences: A Brief Approach

(y)2 + 6xy 2y + 7x = 0 is a differential equation of order ______. a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

Study Guide for Stewart's Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th

Practice Graph each inequality. x3

College Algebra (MindTap Course List)