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    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.

    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 purse.

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

    Submit a one to two page paper with this information 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.

    Distinguish between improper and proper subsets.

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    Solution Summary

    This solution explains how sets and subsets are defined using items from a purse in 260 words.