Sets Part 3

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In Sets Part 3, Julie Harland provides examples of working with more than one step involving union, intersection, complement, and difference of sets in set theory. The lesson emphasizes the use of order of operations for universal sets and subsets, and presents four problems for students to solve. Harland demonstrates how to calculate complex sets like E union F complement and E complement union F complement, as well as E intersection F complement and E complement intersection F complement. The video concludes with a discussion of the distributed property of sets.

Lesson Description:

Examples involving more than one step with union, Intersection, Complement, Difference of Sets in Set Theory.

More free YouTube videos by Julie Harland are organized at http://yourmathgal.com

Questions answered by this video:
  • How do I find the complement of the union of two sets?
  • How do I find the union of the complements of two sets?
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    The instructor shows how to find the union of the complement of two sets, and then how to find the complement of the union of two sets.