In rule method the null set is represented by

- a){}
- b){
*x*:*x*≠*x*} - c){
*x*:*x*=*x*} - d)φ

Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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5 Answers

Mehnaaz Maan
answered
Aug 06, 2020

Answer is option b ...because it cannot be a or d as it is roster form and it cannot be c because it says that the set of all such x =x which will obviously have some value which is not applicable for a null or empty set this the answer is option b

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