Thread: Algebra | Level 1 Math "Set"

1. Algebra | Level 1 Math "Set"

Hey guys, I'm first year college and I need help.

Code:
```Sets:
E = {x|x is an event integer}
F = {x|x is an odd integer}

Give the elements:
E ∪ F```
How? ∪ = Union

Thanks

2. divide by 0

3. Originally Posted by Ex0rPl4net
divide by 0
What? example of union is.
Code:
`{1, 2} ∪ {2, 3} = {1, 2, 3}.`
do I need to do it like this?
Code:
`x|x is an event integer odd integer`

4. Originally Posted by Jhem
Hey guys, I'm first year college and I need help.

Code:
```Sets:
E = {x|x is an event integer}
F = {x|x is an odd integer}

Give the elements:
E ∪ F```
How? ∪ = Union

Thanks

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Ω this is the hard symbol and powerful in mathematics

5. x|x is referring to two different integers, I believe... so:

E = {2, 4}
F = {1, 5}

E U F = {1,2,4,5}

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7. you probably should of listened in class, your teacher shouldn't ask you to do things you don't know :s

sorry i can't help.

8. Originally Posted by NemsOne
you probably should of listened in class, your teacher shouldn't ask you to do things you don't know :s

sorry i can't help.
Completely wrong, your professors will expect you to know everything.

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10. Originally Posted by Boombox
Completely wrong, your professors will expect you to know everything.
shut the fuck up boombox.

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12. Originally Posted by Psychotic

shut the fuck up boombox.
What to heck Garrett?

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14. Originally Posted by Jhem
Hey guys, I'm first year college and I need help.

Code:
```Sets:
E = {x|x is an even integer}
F = {x|x is an odd integer}

Give the elements:
E ∪ F```
How? ∪ = Union

Thanks
E= {2, 4, 6, 8....} it is read as E is X such that X is an even integer (I am assuming it is a whole number as well, just in case).
F= {1, 3, 5, 7....} it is read as E is X such that X is an odd integer (I am assuming it is a whole number as well, just in case).
The union of two sets is the addition of all their elements.
Whereas, the intersection is only the common elements.

So, E U F= {1,2,3,4,5,6...∞}
However, E ∩ F= {∅}

15. Originally Posted by Boombox
Completely wrong, your professors will expect you to know everything.
my bad :Z im not in college yet. That's the way it works for me at the moment.

16. Originally Posted by Cheenku
E= {2, 4, 6, 8....} it is read as E is X such that X is an even integer (I am assuming it is a whole number as well, just in case).
F= {1, 3, 5, 7....} it is read as E is X such that X is an odd integer (I am assuming it is a whole number as well, just in case).
The union of two sets is the addition of all their elements.
Whereas, the intersection is only the common elements.

So, E U F= {1,2,3,4,5,6...∞}
However, E ∩ F= {∅}
Can you please explain a little more? how did you get their elements?

17. Originally Posted by Jhem

Can you please explain a little more? how did you get their elements?
It says it... it asks for even integers for E and odd integers in F, then you combine them into one.

18. Originally Posted by arunforce

It says it... it asks for even integers for E and odd integers in F, then you combine them into one.
Yeah, just like in the sample.
Code:
`x|x is an event integer, odd integer`
?

19. Originally Posted by Jhem

Yeah, just like in the sample.
Code:
`x|x is an event integer, odd integer`
?
not sure what you're trying to ask

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