We often deal with groups or collection of objects, such a set of books, a group of students, a list of states in a country, a collection of baseball cards, etc.
Sets may be thought of as a mathematical way to represent collections or groups of objects. The concept of sets is an essential foundation for various other topics in mathematics.
This series of lessons cover the essential concepts of math set theory - the basic ways of describing sets, use of set notation, finite sets, infinite sets, empty sets, subsets, universal sets, complement of a set, basic set operations including intersection and union of sets, using Venn diagrams and simple applications of sets.
|Describing Sets||Set Notation|
|Finite And Infinite Sets||Empty Set Or Null Set|
|Set Equality||Venn Diagrams|
|Complement Of A Set|
|Intersection Of Two Sets||Intersection Of Three Sets|
|Complement Of The Intersection Of Sets Symmetric Difference||Union Of Sets|
|Combined Operations Of Sets||Drawing Venn Diagrams|
|De Morgan's Theorem||Shading Venn Diagrams|
|Set Notation Roster Method, Set-Builder Notation, Venn Diagrams||SetsUniversal Sets, Subsets, Equal Sets, Disjoint Sets|
|Set Operations Union, Intersection, Complement||Venn Diagrams I|
|Venn Diagrams II||Venn Diagrams Word Problems|
|Definition of a setRussell's paradox, logical implications, converse, contrapositive, truth tables||Operations on setsThe concept of negation, union, intersection, complement, difference, symmetric difference|
|De Morgan's law and Logic||Power Set|
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