# Examine whether t

(i) False

Explanation: Since elements of {a,b} are also elements of {b,c,a} hence {a, b}{b, c, a}.

(ii) False

Explanation: {a} is not in {a,b,c}. Hence, {a} {a, b, c}.

(iii) True

Explanation: ϕ is a subset of every set.

(iv) True

Explanation: a, e are vowels of English alphabet.

(v) False

Explanation: 0+5 = 5 , 0 ϵ W

Hence, {0} ≠ ϕ

(vi) False

Explanation: a is not an element of {{a}, b}

(vii) False

As a is not an element of set {{a}, b}

(viii) False

Explanation: {b,c} is an element of {a, {b, c}} and element cannot be subset of set.

(ix) True

Explanation: In a set all the elements are taken as distinct. Repetition of elements in a set do not change a set.

(x) False

Explanation: Given set is {a,b}, which is finite set. In a set all the elements are taken as distinct.Repetition of elements in a set do not change a set.

(xi) True

Explanation: Circle in a plane with unit radius is subset of circle in a plane of any radius.

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