# Algebra

Suppose U={...-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3...} is the universal set and R={...-3,-1,1,3...}. What is R?

A. {-2,0,2}
B. {...-4,-2,0,2,4...}
C. {...-4,-2,2,4...}
D. {-4,-2,2,4}

I think it is C. Thank you!

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1. You must mean R', which is clearly all the even numbers. So, not C. Look closely.

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