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A is true statement because

AB is the set of elements which are in A but not in B

AB is the set of elements which are in A and in B'

AB is the set of elements of AB'

AB=AB'

B is true statement because

AB is the set of elements which are in A but not in B

AB is the set of elements which are in A but not in AB'

AB=A(AB')

C is false statement because

AB=AB' and AB^'=AB

AB'≠ABAB≠BA.

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