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Theory of Sets Real Numbers Fractions Decimals and Order of Mathematical Operations Name Institution Instructor Date Theory of Sets A set can be referred to as a well-defined collection of objects for example every line has at least one point therefore every point in the line may have figures which may be known as an elements. Each element/member in the line therefore forms a set. If all elements in a set can be indicated or listed the set therefore can be referred to as a finite set an example for example if set Y= {5 6 7 8 9} and Z={a b c} are examples of finite sets meaning that all elements in a set are identifiable. It is also possible that we do not want to list all elements in a set in that a particular set requires odd numbers from 3 to 111. To create an identifiable an operation or calculation. In this case I means in any mathematical calculation that has mixed all these factors there is a given approach to solving such a problem. The generally accepted means is the use of BODMAS which represents brackets of division multiplication addition and finally subtraction. Therefore in order to solve a problem that has all or part of these variables this method is followed where we start by solving the figures under the brackets then proceed to the last option which is subtraction. An example of this can be shown as 3 of 5{2+7-3} this can be done by first solving the figures in the bracket 3 of 5{6} then proceed to removing the brackets 3 of 30 then the answer is 1/10 or 0.1 References Brook Lapping Productions. (2010). GCSE maths. England: Teachers TV/UK Dept. of Education. Newman J. (2003). The World of Mathematics Set. Dover Publications. [...]

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Subject Area: Mathematics

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