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    Proof about Set Theory

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    Let A, B, C be sets and let X be a set containing A, B, C as subsets.

    Prove that A intersects (B union C)= (A intersects B) union (A intersects C)

    A union (X relative complement of A)=X and A intersects (X relative complement of A)=empty set

    X relative complement (A intersects B)=(X relative compliment of A) union (X relative compliment of B)

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    Let A, B, C be sets and let X be a set containing A, B, C as subsets.

    Prove that A intersects (B union C)= (A intersects B) union (A intersects C)

    Proof: We need to prove
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