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Familiarize yourself with the foundational notation, tools and concepts for the operations that are applied to sets.

What is \(|A^{C}\cup B^{C}|\)?

**Details:**

\(|S|\) represents the cardinality of the set \(S\) and \(S^C\) represents the complement of the set \(S\).

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**True or False?**

\(\quad \quad \quad\) \(|X^C \cup Y^C \cup Z^C| = |(X \cap Y \cap Z)^C|\)?

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If **X** and **Y** are two sets, **X \(∩\) \((Y∪X)^c\)** is equal to

**Details** **and** **assumptions**:

\(\rightarrow\) **\(∩\)** represents intersection.

\(\rightarrow\) **\(∪\)** represents union.

\(\rightarrow\) \(X^c\) represents compliment of set X.

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In my fridge's shelves there are 10 condiments that are good for breakfasts, 8 that are good for lunch/dinner, and 12 that are good for dessert.

Of all of the condiments, exactly half of those that are good for breakfast are also good for lunch/dinner. And every condiment is either good for desert or good for *both* lunch/dinner *and* breakfast.

Given all of this, what is the ** difference** between the

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