WHAT ARE NON.TRIVIAL SETS AND TRIVIAL SETS ?? AND what are power sets..what does m & n denote??CAN I GET A LINK TO DOWNLOAD FOR FREE MATHS R.D. SHARMA GUIDE ??

Asked by bhairvi | 29th Apr, 2013, 01:16: AM

Expert Answer:

Trivial set is an empty set, while non-trivial set is a non-empty set, one which has finite number of elements. 
 
Power set is the collection of all subsets of a set. All power sets contain 2^n elements, where n is the number of elements in set A where setA is the set on which power set is defined. 
 
Please clarify what 'm' are you talking about.
 
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Answered by  | 29th Apr, 2013, 09:42: AM

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