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SETS

LANGUAGE: WORKSHEET 1

I.

Classify the collection of objects as well-


defined or not well-defined.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

II.

All female students in the class.


All strong-legged animals.
Any two-digit number between 1 and 100.
All beautiful people.
All ex-presidents of the Philippines.

Define the following sets using Roster Method,


then give the cardinality of each.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The set of natural numbers greater than 9 but


less than 15.
The set of pets in your house.
The set of subjects taken by H2 students.
The set of powers of 2 between 1 and 17.
The set of even numbers between 3 and 13.


III. Define the following sets using Rule Method.

1. The set of integers.
2. The set of high school teachers in Xavier
School.
3. The set of Chinese schools in Manila.
4. The set of rational numbers greater than 1 but
less than 2.
5. The set of whole numbers.

IV. Define the following sets using the appropriate
method (Rule/Roster method).

1. The set of colors found in the rainbow.
2. The set of all mathematical operations used
among numbers.
3. The set of odd integers.
4. The set of integers greater than -3 but less
than 1.
5. The set of months in a year starting with the
letter B.

V.
State whether the given set is finite or infinite.

1. the odd counting numbers
2. the fractions between 0 and 1
3. the strands of hair in your head
4. the seating capacity of Araneta Coliseum
5. the daily commuters of the Light Rail Transit
6. the words contained in your text book
7. the books in your library

VI.
Name and describe three sets that do not have
members.

VII.
Describe a set of in which you are a member.

VIII.
Describe at least 5 sets in which you are NOT a
member.

IX.
Do what is asked in the given problems:

Let
A = {d, a, y, s},
B = {g, o, n, e},

C = {b, o, y},

D = {n, e, o, g}

Compare the sets, using the terms: equal and
equivalent

1. Sets A and B
2. Sets A and C
3. Sets A and D
4. Sets B and C
5. Sets B and D
6. Sets C and D