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Topic: set builder notation
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set builder notation
Posted: Aug 17, 2013 7:12 AM
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S = {x /in A | P(x) }

For the set builder notation above, what we really means is:

all things x, such that "x is element of A *and* P(x) is true" correct?

The vertical bar is essentially conjunction, correct?




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