Sets (Part I)
1. List all the subsets of { 8, 16, 27, 31, 60}

2. Determine the number of subsets of {mom, dad, son, daughter}

3. At MegaSalad, a salad can be ordered with some, all, or none of the following set of ingredients on top of the salad greens: {ham, turkey, chicken, tomato, feta cheese, cheddar cheese, cucumbers, onions, red peppers, hot peppers }. How many different variations are there for ordering a salad?

Select appropriate set elements and distinquish between sets, subsets, and proper subsets.

Sets (Part II)
Also, for the first SLP I want you to put into practice what you have learned about sets and functions. I want you to create three sets, set A, set B, and set C by going through the items you use at work (or in your field).

Set A will be a list of all of these items.

Create Set B, from the items in Set A that you think are essential.

Create Set C, by taking the complement of Set B in Set A, i.e. all of the non-essential items.

Are sets B and C proper subsets of set A? Explain.

Submit a one to two page paper with this information along with Part I of SLP by the end of this module.

Assignment Expectations:

Identify a set and elements of the set that would make up subsets. from the original set.

For the first SLP I want you to put into practice what you have learned about sets and counting. I want you to create three sets, set A, set B, and set C by going through the items in your wallet or purse.
Set A will be a list of all of these items.
Create Set B, from the items in Set A that you think are essential.

Determine whether A=B , if A is a subset of set B, if set B is a subset is a subset of A, if set A is a proper subset of set B, if set B is a proper subset of set A , or if none of these applies.
A={ x}|x is a sport that use a ball}
B={ basketball, soccer, tennis}

Hello,
I have another discrete problem I need help on.
It says: How many subsets contain 1 or 2 or 3 in the set {1,2,...,20}?
So my teacher told me that {1} is a subset, {1,3,4,5,19} would be a subset (i just chose that randomly), {2} would be a subset, {2,5,6,7,20} would be a subset (again, i just chose that at random

Create three sets, set A, set B, and set C by going through the items in your wallet or purse.
Set A will be a list of all of these items.
Create Set B, from the items in Set A that you think are essential.
Create Set C, by taking the complement of Set B in Set A, i.e. all of the non-essential items in your wallet or

The Complement A of an r-subset A of {1,2...,n} is the (n-r)-subset of {1,2,...,n} consisting of all those elements that do not belong to A. Let M= C(n,r), the number of r subsets and at the same time the number of (n-r)-subsets of {1,2...,n}. Prove that if A1,A2,A3...AM are the r subsets in lexigraphic order then complements Am

As we know, a set is just a collection of objects that are similar in some way, like a gaggle of geese, pride of lions, or an army of ants. To further classify our world, we can create subsets from a larger set. Let's consider the idea of a subset for our discussion.
Give an example of a subset and a proper subset. Explai

The integral from 0 to 1 of 6/x-1 dx
If I am correct, the answer guide says this one converges but my answer is going to infinity which is diverges. I need to see your steps to compare with mine please.

Define a new metric d on X = (0, 1/2)^2 by d((a,b), (r,s)) = 1 if a is not equal to r Or |b - s| if a = r.
a) Show that d is a metric on X.
b) What are the compact subsets of X? Prove your statement.

Given the following sets, select the statement below that is true.
A = {l, a, t, e, r}, B = {l, a, t, e}, C = {t, a, l, e}, D = {e, a, t}
B â?â?? C and C â?â? A
C â?â? B and D â?â?? B
D â?â?? A and A â?â?? D
B â?â?? A and C â?â?? D
D â?â? A and A â?â?? C