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Topology
Sets and Functions (XLIII)
Functions

Let X and Y be non-empty sets and let A and B be rings of subsets of X and Y respectively.
Show that the class of all finite unions of sets of the form AÃ—B with A belongs to the family set A and B belongs to the family set B is a ring
of subsets of XÃ—Y.

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This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation of the properties of the products of sets.
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Let X and Y be non-empty sets and let A and B be rings of subsets of X and Y respectively.
Show that the class of all finite unions of sets of the form AÃ—B with A belongs to the family set A and B belongs to the family set B is a
ring of subsets of XÃ—Y.

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