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Set theory MOD Help.If E = { n e Z:1 =< n =< 12} A={n e Z:12 mod n=0} B={n e E: n is a prime number} C={n e Z: n mod 1=2} Enumerate the elements of A U B ______ (A U C) C - A Could someone explain in steps how to solve this question? |

Re: Set theory MOD Help.[color=#000000]The first thing you have to do is to specify the elements of each set. I made some changes because I think that there are problems in the wording of the exercise.[/color] |

To typeset an arithmetic congruence using the latex tag, please use \pmod as illustrated below: (based on x\equiv y\,\pmod n). |

Re: Set theory MOD Help.Thanks for all the help. |

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[color=#000000]Ok I corrected it, I tried to use \mod but it didn't work here![/color] |

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