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Set Information

Universal Set The set that contains all other sets
Union of sets The elements of two or more sets together
Intersection of sets The elements that appear in two or more sets
Compliment of the set The compliment of a set A is the set of elements in the universal set U that are not in A
Set difference All the elements in set A that are not in set B
Subset A set that belongs to another set
Venn diagram Shows the relationship between sets
Element This is an object that belongs to a set
Finite Set Is a set that contains a limited number of elements. For example a set of odd numbers between 1 and 10
Infinite Set A set containing unlimited elements. For example a set of all the odd numbers
Null Set A set that contains no elements is called a null or empty set
Created by: Ms.doherty