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Which statement is false?
a ¡ô {a, b, c}
¨ª ¡ø {a, b, c}
¨ª ¡ö {a, b, c}
¨ª ¡ô {a, b, c}
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I cannot read the symboles in the different choices.
If you find one which reads:
a ∉ {a,b,c}
it would be false.
Alternatively, if you would repost using encoding: Western ISO88591, it will be understandable to me.posted by MathMate
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