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Union of Sets

Rule

Union of Sets

The union of two sets is all elements in the first set, the second set and the elements in both sets. In a Venn diagram, it's marked by coloring the sets.

For example, if and the union is Note that the element is only counted for once as there only exist on in the whole numbers set. The union can also be expressed using the intersection and complement of sets. For example