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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 3 and 4, supply explanations of the steps in the given proofs. Theorem: For all sets A, B, and C , if A ⊆ B , B ⊆ C then A ⊆ C . Proof: Statement Explanation Suppose A, B, and C are any sets such that A ⊆ B and B ⊆ C . starting point We must show that A ⊆ C . conclusion to be shown Let x be any element in A. start of an element proof Then x is in B . ( a ) . It follows that x is in C. ( b ) . Thus every element in A is in C . since x could be any element of A Therefore, A ⊆ C [as was to be shown]. ( c ) .BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.2, Problem 3ES

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In 3 and 4, supply explanations of the steps in the given proofs.

__Theorem: __For all sets *A, B, *and *C*, if
__Proof:__

Statement |
Explanation |

Suppose A, B, and C are any sets such that |

and

.

starting point

We must show that

.

conclusion to be shown

Let *x *be any element in A.

start of an element proof

Then *x *is in *B*.

__(____a____) .__
It follows that

since

[as was to be shown].__(____c____) .__

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