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S = {Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint}
11)
____D_
A)
{Vanilla, Mint}, {Chocolate, Mint}, {Chocolate, Vanilla}, {Chocolate}, {Vanilla}, {Mint}
B)
{Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint}, {Vanilla, Mint}, {Chocolate, Mint}, {Chocolate, Vanilla}, {Chocolate}, {Vanilla}, {Mint}
C)
{Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint}, {Vanilla, Mint}, {Chocolate, Mint}, {Chocolate, Vanilla}, {Chocolate}, {Vanilla}, {Mint}, { }
D)
{Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint}, {Vanilla, Mint}, {Chocolate, Mint}, {Chocolate, Vanilla}, Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint
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