I am helping design a course in Discrete Math through Computer Science. One of the topics I must cover is set theory. The only remaining set theory topic that I need to cover is the set-theoretic product of two sets(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); AandB.

I haven't found any helpful explanations of this concept. Can any one help me?

Here is a link to the course standards: http://opas.ous.edu/Work2009-2011/OregonDiscreteMathStandardJune2009.pdf" [Broken]

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# Set-Theoretic Product?

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