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Hi there, here's the question I am given, i will provide the answer that I think is correct, do you mind checking it and possibly pointing out where I am wrong if I am?
Give an example of a set S such that:
a) S is a subset P(N)
b) S belongs to P(N)
c) S belongs to P(N) and |S|=5
here are my answers:
a) {1,2,3}
b) {{1}}
c) {1,2,3,4,5}
Give an example of a set S such that:
a) S is a subset P(N)
b) S belongs to P(N)
c) S belongs to P(N) and |S|=5
here are my answers:
a) {1,2,3}
b) {{1}}
c) {1,2,3,4,5}