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To say that an element is in A ∩ ( B ∪ C ) means that it is a in A ∩ ( B ∪ C ) mean that it is in (1) and in (2) To say that an element is in ( A ∩ B ) ∪ C To say that an element is in A − ( B ∩ C ) means that it is in ( 1 ) and not in ( 2 ) we suppose that x is any element in (1) Then we must show that (2)

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Chapter 6.2, Problem 1ES
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  1. To say that an element is in A ( B C ) means that it is a in A ( B C ) mean that it is in (1) and in (2)
  2. To say that an element is in ( A B ) C
  3. To say that an element is in A ( B C ) means that it is in ( 1 ) and not in ( 2 ) we suppose that x is any element in (1) Then we must show that (2)

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(a)

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The given blanks in the statement.

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To say that an element is in A(BC) means that it is in_(1)___and in__(2)__.

Concept used:

An element xAB if and only if xA

To determine

(b)

To fill:

The given blanks in the given statement.

To determine

(c)

To fill:

The given blanks in the specified statement.

To determine

(d)

To fill:

The given blanks.

To determine

(e)

To fill:

The given blanks of the given statement.

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