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John
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Re: empty set
Posted:
Dec 22, 2004 6:38 PM


I think I am hitting the nail on the head with this answer.
A partition of a set is a collection of subsets that might be said to "divide the set into pieces". And an empty set occurs when you union 2 sets that have no common elements, Therefore, if they have no common elements they have no subsets, and no sub sets meants no collections of subsets and thus no partitions.
~JOHn
On 21 Dec 04 07:20:51 0500 (EST), Abdulla wrote: >Hi everyone, >I want to ask about a partition of a set. >we know for a set of set to be a partition for A there is 3 conditions >must satisfy: >1Empty set isn't belong to the partition i.e.none of the set of the >partition must be the empty set. >why does this condition is important ??? >can anyone explain to me ..



