Learn How to Calculate Intersection of Two Disjoint Sets - Tutorial

How to Calculate Intersection of Two Disjoint Sets - Definition, Example and Formula

Definition:

Disjoint is a state when there are no common elements exists in between two sets. Intersection of any two disjoint sets happens to be a null or empty set, due to unavailability of identical numbers.

Formula:

n(A ∩ B) = φ (empty)
Example:

Elements available in set 'A' are {1,3,4,5}. Elements present in set 'B' are {6,7,8}. Learn to compute the intersection of two disjoint sets?

Given:

Set A = { 1,3,4,5 } Set B = { 6,7,8 }

Solution:

Substitute A = {1,3,4,5} and B = {6,7,8} in the formula,

n(A ∩ B) = φ (empty)

There are no common digits in sets A and B. Hence it is a disjoint set.

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