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Let U = {xƒ}x is an American}, C = {x/x is a smoker}, D = {xƒ}x has a health problem}, E = {xƒ}x is a male} Describe a person who is an element of each of the following sets. Describe a person who is an element of each of the following sets:i) C (ii) CnU (iii) CnD (iv) D-C (v) DuC (b)

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