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Intersection of Exclusive Sets - Intermediate Algebra










































True of False?
The intersection of two mutually exclusive sets is the empty set.

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Apr 08, 2012
Intersection of Mutually Exclusive Sets
by: Staff


Question:

True of False?

The intersection of two mutually exclusive sets is the empty set.


Answer:

True.

The intersection of two mutually exclusive sets (disjoint sets) is an empty set.

If set A and set B are mutually exclusive:

A ∩ B = Ø

Ø represents an empty set

A ∩ B = Ø is the definition of disjoint sets



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