Q. 6 B3.6( 23 Votes )

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A universal set is the set which can accommodate all other sets in it, i.e. every element of all the sets should be an element of the universal set.

P = set of integers which are multiples of 4


= {x | x and x is a multiple of 4}


T = {y | y is an even square number}


Consider the set of all integers, I = {………, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2,………}


We see that every element of both the sets P and T is an element of the set I.


So, set I can serve as the universal set for the sets P and T.


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