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In mathematics, a set is a collection of distinct objects, considered as an object in its own right. For example, the numbers 2, 4, and 6 are distinct objects when considered separately, but when they are considered collectively they form a single set of size three, written {2,4,6}.

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  • Maths Sets Part 1 (Set Concept and Conventions ) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 2 (Roster form and set builder form) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 3 (Example of Roster and SetBuilder Form) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 4 (empty, finite and infinite set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 5 (Equal set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 6 (Subset and Super Set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 7 (Singleton, Power and Universal set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 8 (Open and closed interval) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 9 (venn Diagram - Concept) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 10 (Union of Set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 11 ( Intersection of Set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 12 (Difference and complement of set) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 13 (Venn Diagram - Practice) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 14 (Element count -Concept) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
  • Maths Sets Part 15 (Element count problems and Summary) Mathematics CBSE Class X1
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