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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsFind the mistake in all the following “proof.” “Theorem:” For all sets A and B , A e ∪ B e by definition of union. It follows that x ∉ B x by definition of umion. It follows that x ∉ A or x ∉ B by definition of complement, and so x ∉ A ∪ B by definition of complement, and so x ∉ B by definition of union. Thus x ∈ ( A ∪ B ) c by definition of complement, and hence A c ∪ B x ⊆ ( A ∪ B ) x ”BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.2, Problem 24ES

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**“Theorem:” **For all sets *A *and *B*,

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