posted by Janet .
Given the following sets select the statement that is NOT true. A=(l,a,t,e,r) B= (l,a,t,e) C=(t,a,l,e) D=(e,a,t)E=(t,e,a)
As it is (with the equality sign), there is one statement that is true.
If the sign is changed to a proper subset (⊂), there is only one statement that is false.
The subset sign can be type either by copy and paste from above, or typed as
& s u b ; without the spaces in between.