## Theorem (proof that) a) A Delta B = AÚ B if A Subscription B

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### Theorem (proof that) a) A Delta B = AÚ B if A Subscription B

Theorem (proof that)
a) A Delta B = AÚ B if A Subscription B= Null
b) A Subscription (B Ù C) = (A Subscription B) Ù (A Subscription C)

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Theorem (proof that)
a) A Delta B = AÚ B if A Subscription B= Null
b) A Subscription (B Ù C) = (A Subscription B) Ù (A Subscription C)
What does "Delta" indicate? What does "Ú" mean? What does "Subscription" mean in this context? Does "Null" mean "the empty set"?

What are your thoughts? What have you tried? How far did you get? Where are you stuck?

Please be complete. Thank you!

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### Re: Theorem (proof that) a) A Delta B = AÚ B if A Subscripti

I am so sorry , when I want right I get Error and can not submit my post.

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Okay; what does "$\Delta$" mean? What does "Ú" mean? Does "$\phi$" mean "the empty set"?

Seriously: You have to tell people what you mean. And, before anybody can help you get un-stuck, you have to show what you've tried so far.

Please be complete. Thank you.