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Lesson 56 -- Finite and Infinite Sets -- Membership in a Set -- Rearranging Before Graphing. Finite and Infinite Sets. Definitions:. Finite. - Implies the thought of bounded or limited. - can be counted because there is an exact number. Infinite.

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Lesson 56 finite and infinite sets membership in a set rearranging before graphing l.jpg

Lesson 56--Finite and Infinite Sets--Membership in a Set--Rearranging Before Graphing


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Finite and Infinite Sets

Definitions:

Finite

- Implies the thought of bounded or limited

- can be counted because there is an exact number

Infinite

- Implies the thought of unbounded or unlimited

- cannot be counted because there is a never ending number of things

A set with a finite number of members is called a finite set.

A set with a infinite number of members is called a infinite set.


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Membership in a Set

Example 56.1 Represent the following numbers as being members of set K:


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Membership in a Set

Example 56.2 Represent the following numbers as being members of set L:


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Membership in a Set

Example 56.3 Given the sets A = {0, 1, 3, 5}, B = {0, 4, 6, 7}, and C = {1, 2, 3, 5, 7}, are the following statements true or false?

True

False

True


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Membership in a Set

Example 56.4 Given the sets L = {0, 1, 2, 3}, M = {5, 6, 7}, and N = {0, 1}, are the following statements true or false?

False

True


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Rearranging Before Graphing

Example 56.5 Graph:

3x + 2y = 4


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Rearranging Before Graphing

Example 56.6 Graph:

y – x = 0


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