# SOLUTION: MAT 230 Southern New Hampshire University MOD1&2 Math Problems & Truth Table HW

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MAT 230 Module One Homework

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Module One Homework

1) Suppose C = {red, cerulean, innocent, sombre}. For a) and b) beneath, stuff in two computes that
make the assertion gentleman (over than one discontinuance is likely).
a) __red___ âˆˆ C, past red is in the set C
b) __orange___ âˆ‰ C, past orange-flame-flame cannot be rest in the set C

2) List the components of the set {x | x âˆˆ â„¤ and x2 We entertain to meditate the components that are integers whose balance compute is hither
than 30. First, we silence that 52 is hither than 30 but 62 is greater than 30. Therefore,
the computes in the set are: {-5,-4,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,4,5}
3) Meditate U = {2, 5, cerulean, apple, \$}, A={2, cerulean, \$}, and B={5, \$}. Complete parts
a) and b) beneath.
a) Is A âŠ† U? Explain why or why not.
Yes, consequently all of the components in A, (2, cerulean and \$) are all in U.
b) Is B âŠ† A? Explain why or why not.
No consequently one component of B, 5, is not in A.

4) Meditate the subjoined sets U, A, B, and C.
U = {mathematics, fact, marketing, geography, psychology, English, finance,
statistics, sociology}
A = {marketing, geography, English, statistics}
B = {mathematics, geography, psychology, English}
C = {mathematics, marketing, geography, psychology, sociology}
Compute each of the subjoined:
a) AâˆªC= {marketing, geography, English, statistics, mathematics, psychology,
sociology}
These are all the components in A and all the components in C (elements in A or C).
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Module One Homework