# Basics of Sets and Relations #2

# Basics of Sets and Relations #2

shyambhimani + 3 comments i am entering right answer but some how it showing me worng asnwer. i think i am having problem in formet. could any one show me sample formate in which we have to write answer?

beemercanuck + 1 comment Use plain text

pavima1965 + 0 comments plaintext is also not working

brandon_loza15 + 0 comments it is asking you the answer of similar element in A AND B

pavima1965 + 1 comment i too dont know..anyone an please explain..

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vijayasrich + 0 comments Answer is '5'

Because the elements of A U B are 2,3,4,5,6. The count would be 5.

yugankgupta15 + 0 comments I have a problem how to enter any data in editor for databases unions and intersections only.....

dhirajsingh194 + 0 comments Enter 5 only and click on submit code

rubenfcpanjaitan + 0 comments just input a number to solve this problem

vgmedwards + 0 comments The answer is 5. 5 digits are in both sets of numbers. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are in both sets of numbers.

vharsh + 0 comments Why can we use Java to submit answers to such questions??

karthi_14T118 + 0 comments how to write answer an example All Domains Databases Relational Algebra Basics of Sets and Relations

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