In chapter 1 "Sets" of Class 11th Maths, the meaning, concepts, and application of Sets together with their representation in Mathematics have been discussed. The NCERT Solutions for class 11th Maths chapter Sets covers topics, such as Empty set, Equal sets, Universal sets, Finite sets and Infinite sets, Power set, and Subsets. Students will also learn how to draw Venn diagrams in this chapter while learning the concepts of Union sets and Intersection of sets and how to use them. Topics, like the Difference of Sets, and Complement of a Set where its properties are also explained, have been covered while drafting the NCERT Solutions for Class 11th Maths Chapter 1 Sets. Given below is a short description of the topics taught under chapter Sets.
The basics of sets have been explained. Representation of sets means the presentation of sets in set-builder and roster form, and denoting the sets with the help of English alphabets.
An empty set means a set with no elements in it.
A finite set is defined as a set that has a definite number of elements in it. And, an infinite set has an infinite number of elements in it.
Equal sets are those two sets where the same elements are present.
A set is said to be a subset of another set if every element present in the former set is present as the latter set elements.
Obtained from subsets' concept, a power set of a set means a collection of all subsets of that particular set. A power set is denoted as P(A).
Drawing a Venn diagram using the above topics and sub-topics has been shown in this section.
Alike, addition and subtraction of numbers, performing a few basic operations on sets can be done in the form of:
A)Union of Sets,
A)The Intersection of Sets, and
A)Difference of Sets
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