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Chapter 6.2, Problem 11ES

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Use an element argument to prove each statement in 7—22. Assume that all sets are subsets of a universal set
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11. For all sets *A*, *B*, and *C*,

To determine

**To prove:**

For all sets

**Given information:**

**Concept used:**

**Calculation:**

Let

The objective is to prove that

To show

Show that

That is

Let

By the definition of union

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