Sets Part 2

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Lesson Summary:

In this lesson, Julie Harland teaches about the intersection, union, complement, and difference of sets using examples. She starts by defining intersection as the common elements between two sets and union as the combination of elements from two sets without repetition. She then moves on to complement, which is all the elements in the universe that are not in the set, and difference, which is the elements of one set that are not in the other set. She emphasizes that order matters with difference but not with intersection and union. This lesson provides a solid foundation for understanding set theory.

Lesson Description:

Union, Intersection, Complement, Difference of Sets defined with examples in Set Theory.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • What does it mean to find the intersection of sets and what symbol is used to represent the intersection?
  • What does it mean to find the union of sets and what symbol is used to represent the union?
  • What is the complement of a set?
  • What is the difference of two sets?
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    The instructor shows how to find the intersection and union of two sets. She also explains the complement of a set and the difference of two sets. She shows many examples and demonstrates the symbols and notation used with each of these concepts.