# 2.2 Set Operations: Discrete Mathematics and its application

page.130 Ex.20

Ex.20
Show that if A and B are sets, then (A$$\cap$$B) $$\bigcup$$ (A$$\cap$$B) = A.

how do u solve this?

## The Attempt at a Solution

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You can't. It's false.

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modzz:

did you possibly mis-type? Do you mean to show

$$(A \cap B) \cup (A - B) = A$$

page.130 Ex.20

Ex.20
Show that if A and B are sets, then (A$$\cap$$B) $$\bigcup$$ (A$$\cap$$B) = A.

how do u solve this?

## The Attempt at a Solution

I'm having trouble with this question as well. The second B has a line above it if that means anything. Please help me.