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2.1  30  Prove your conclusion.
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 2.2  12  Use a "set containment proof". See Examples 10 and 12. Your proof should contain phrases like "Let x∈FOO", "by the definition of union", "thus FOO⊆FERZLE", etc.
  16a  See note for the previous problem.
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  58  This is asking two separate questions—one about unions and the other about intersections. It is not asking about doing both at the same time since it is unclear what that would even mean. 


