Operations on Sets

Definition of operations on sets:

When two or more sets combine together to form one set under the given conditions, then operations on sets are carried out.

What are the four basic operations on sets?

Solution:

The four basic operations are:

1. Union of Sets

2. Intersection of sets

3. Complement of the Set

4. Cartesian Product of sets


Some of the combining operations to be discussed in details with examples:

(i) Union of sets: Click Here to know the definition with worked-out examples. 

(ii) Intersection of sets: Click Here to know the definition with worked-out examples. 

(iii) Difference of two sets: Click Here to know the definition with worked-out examples.

Set Theory

Sets

Objects Form a Set

Elements of a Set

Properties of Sets

Representation of a Set

Different Notations in Sets

Standard Sets of Numbers

Types of Sets

Pairs of Sets

Subset

Subsets of a Given Set

Operations on Sets

Union of Sets

Intersection of Sets

Difference of two Sets

Complement of a Set

Cardinal number of a set

Cardinal Properties of Sets

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