







A question about the empty set 
20180617 

From Andrey: Hello there!
I got that an empty set is a subset of every set.
There is a question.
Is an empty set an element of every set?
∅ ⊆ {x}True
∅ ∈{x}?
Sorry if the question is easy. A set theory is a bit confusing. Answered by Penny Nom. 





A union and interception problem 
20131019 

From Zakir: Sir, I have some problem in union there is a Question in a book
find B set if A={2,4,6,8} , AUB={2,4,5,6,7,8} and A intersection B={6,8}
plz tell me how can I find the B set Answered by Penny Nom. 





Prove A intersect B =X iff A = X and B = X 
20100306 

From Gloria: how would you prove A intersect B =X iff A = X and B = X Answered by Tyler Wood. 





More on infinity and Set Theory 
20090217 

From Justin: I greatly appreciate your help I was just wondering from your previous answer, why doesn't Cantor's cardinal numbers in set theory apply to the limit x>0, y=infinity?
Justin Answered by Robert Dawson. 





Infinity and Set Theory 
20090217 

From Justin: I was just wondering is the limit x>0, y=1/x=infinity, the biggest uncountable infinity according to Cantor's cardinal numbers in set theory?
Justin Answered by Robert Dawson. 

