Operations in Set theory

An op­er­a­tion in set the­ory is a func­tion of two sets, that re­turns a set.

Com­mon set op­er­a­tions in­clude Union ($\cup$), In­ter­sec­tion ($\cap$), Rel­a­tive com­ple­ment ($\set­minus$), and Carte­sian product ($\times$).

illustrations of the output of four basic set operations

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  • Set

    An un­ordered col­lec­tion of dis­tinct ob­jects.