We explore the properties and implications of A’ U B’, shedding light on its significance in set theory, logic, and problem-solving. Definition of A’ U B’ The set operation A’ U B’, read as “A complement union B complement,” represents the union of the complements of two sets A and B. The complement of a […]

# Category Archives: Sets & Set Theory

The upside down U in math, i.e., “$cap$” is the symbol of intersection. Mathematical symbols like “$cap$” and “$cup$” are frequently used in set theory. If we invert the normal union symbol “$cup$,” then we will get an upside-down U symbol “$cap$”. Union and intersection concepts are heavily used in solving problems related to Sets […]