DIFEERENCE BETWEEN UNIVERSAL SET AND SUPERSET

Asked by sreejith.suresh | 14th Nov, 2012, 01:54: PM

Expert Answer:

If A is a particular set, then any set S which contains all the elements of A is a superset of A.

The universal set (usually denoted by U) is the superset of all sets under discussion. A set (other than U) may have multiple supersets, but there is only one universal set in any situation.

Answered by  | 15th Nov, 2012, 09:42: PM

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