What is this equation called?

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Hello everybody.
I'm foreigner and I'm studying mathematics.
I would like to find online resources to help me understand/solve my problem, however due to fact that I'm studying math in my own language, rather than English. I have a bit of a trouble.
Here is the problem I'm trying to solve
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Thank you
 

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Ray Vickson
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Hello everybody.
I'm foreigner and I'm studying mathematics.
I would like to find online resources to help me understand/solve my problem, however due to fact that I'm studying math in my own language, rather than English. I have a bit of a trouble.
Here is the problem I'm trying to solve
vJLkqg1.png

Thank you
You do not have an 'equation' (which would need an '=' sign somewhere in it); you just have a problem in set theory. Your problem is easily solved just by figuring out what is ##B \cup C## and what is meant by "\". Those are notations from set theory, and can be found in many books or in many on-line sources. Google is your friend.
 
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Goethe,

Ray Vickson is right. What you have supplied us with is not an equation.
 
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tiny-tim
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Hello Goethe10! :smile:

Google "union and intersection". :wink:
 

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