   # Given a proposed set identity set identity involving set variables A , B , and C , the most common way to show that the equation does not hold in general is to find concrete sets A, B , and C that, when substitured for the set varibalesin the equation,_________ ### Discrete Mathematics With Applicat...

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## Given a proposed set identity set identity involving set variables A, B, and C, the most common way to show that the equation does not hold in general is to find concrete sets A, B, and C that, when substitured for the set varibalesin the equation,_________

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To fill in the blanks of the given statement “Given a proposed set identity involving set variables A,BandC, the most common way to show that the equation does not hold in general is to find concrete sets A,BandC that, when substituted for the set variables in the equation, __________”

### Explanation of Solution

In general, to show that an identity does not hold in general, we prove that left-hand side is unequal to the right-hand side or two sides of the equation result in different values. The same procedure is applicable for set identities also.

Hence, given a proposed set identity involving set variables A,BandC

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