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Chapter 6.3, Problem 1TY

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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,_________

To determine

To fill in the blanks of the given statement “Given a proposed set identity involving set variables **__________”**

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

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