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hey so i am wondering how would you solve these like the method i have the answers PLS help i am rlly confused.
A={factors of 12}
B={factors of 18}
D={prime numbers} the universal set is 1 to 25 inclusive
1)A ∪ B∩ C
2)A∪B∩D'
just how would you solve it if there are more than two sets where there is different notation symbols because i am unsure how to do this.
Hi! I just had a quick go and got this... I am not really sure but it might give you an idea!
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hey so i am wondering how would you solve these like the method i have the answers PLS help i am rlly confused.
A={factors of 12}
B={factors of 18}
D={prime numbers} the universal set is 1 to 25 inclusive
1)A ∪ B∩ C
2)A∪B∩D'
just how would you solve it if there are more than two sets where there is different notation symbols because i am unsure how to do this.
If you draw it as a Venn diagram, does the order matter? So for 1) do

(A ∪ B) ∩ C

Both operations then just involve 2 sets.
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1)A ∪ B∩ C
2)A∪B∩D'

just how would you solve it if there are more than two sets where there is different notation symbols because i am unsure how to do this.
Do brackets not exist?
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Do brackets not exist?
That's why I was a little confused 😂
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ohhhhhhhhhhhh so you would bracket the first two?
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So basically draw it as a venn diagram?Hold on sorry can one of you explain step by step the method
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If you drew the Venn diagram, would it matter which two you did first?
And yes I can do it, but would prefer to see your effort.
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So basically draw it as a venn diagram?Hold on sorry can one of you explain step by step the method
OK... So start with (AuB)nD and have a go from there
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