Posted by **dell** on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 10:35am.

If there are 6 elements in (A U B) and 1 Element in (A N B) answer the following:

A. What is the maximum number of elements possible for A?

B. What is the least possible number of elements in B?

c. if A has "n" elements, how many elements are in B?

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