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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}

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# Set Theory: subsets

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