Find sets and and elements and z such that x that y are in and y and z are in but x and z are not both in either of the sets or .
An example of two sets that are distinct but not disjoint.
Two sets that are distinct but not disjoint.
For example, let us consider the sets and the set .
A1 and A2 are not disjoint, because the two sets have the element 2 in common
To find sets A1 and A2 and elements x, y and z such that x and y are in A1 and y and z are in A2 but x and z are not both in either of the sets A1 or A2.
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