Q. 24.1( 118 Votes )

# Let A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}. Insert the appropriate symbol â or ∉ in the blank spaces:

(i) 5. . .A

(ii) 8 . . . A

(iii) 0. . .A

(iv) 4. . . A

(v) 2. . .A

(vi) 10. . .A

Answer :

Here ∈ =belongs to

∉ = does not belongs to

(i) 5 __∈__ A, since 5 is in the set A

(ii) 8 A, since 8 is not in the set A

(iii) 0 A, since 0 is not in the set A

(iv) 4 __∈__ A, since 4 is in the set A

(v) 2 __∈__ A, since 2 is in the set A

(vi) 10 A, since 10 is not in set A

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