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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsConsider the following set property: For all sets A and B , A - B and B are disjoint. Use an element argument to dirive the property. Use an algebraic argument to dirive the property (by applying properties from theorem 6.2.2). Comment on which method you found easier.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.3, Problem 44ES

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**Consider the following set property: For all sets ****A ****and ****B****, ****A****-****B ****and ****B ****are disjoint.**

- Use an element argument to dirive the property.
- Use an algebraic argument to dirive the property (by applying properties from theorem 6.2.2).
- Comment on which method you found easier.

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