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**SaifKhayoon**
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t1_j6g4dg3 wrote

Reply to comment by **Leonos** in **Ever wanted to learn AI and machine learning? (It's really statistics in disguise) - Guide for visual learners presented in the form a of reactive web application** by **SaifKhayoon**

Here's a list of example sets to try:

>A ∪ B

A union B combines both circles

>A' = {1, 2, 3} complement

Demonstrates complement of a set (A' = {all elements not in A})

>(A ∪ B)' = complement of union of A and B

De Morgan's law for complement of union and intersection

>A ∩ B = ∅

Demonstrates disjoint sets (sets with no common elements)

>A ∪ B = U

Together make up the universal set

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