The inclusion/exclusion rule for two sets says that if A and B are any finite sets, then____
To complete the statement, “The inclusion/exclusion rule for two sets says that if and are any finite sets, then _____.”
The given and are two finite sets.
Simply, the inclusion/exclusion rule is formed to calculate the number of elements in the union of two/ three sets.
The union of two sets and denotes the elements belong to the set or set . If we get the summation of the number of elements of set and the number of elements in the set , the set of elements that common to both sets are counted twice
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