Set Operation: Intersection - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

A set operation is the collection of two data sets. Types of set operations include union, intersections and complements. Intersection set operations is a new set of data that is constructed by determining the values that two sets have in common. For example, the intersection of data set A and data set B is the set of all things which members of both A and B.

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Set Operation: Intersection - Problem 1

Solve for x.

x + 2 ≤ 7 ∩ x + 2≥ -4
Problem 1
How to solve an intersection or inequalities where the inequalities overlap and go in different directions.
Set Operation: Intersection - Problem 2

Solve for x.

-3x − 1 > 5 ∩ 4x − 3 < 13
Problem 2
How to solve an intersection of two inequalities where the inequalities overlap and go in the same direction.
Set Operation: Intersection - Problem 3

Solve for x.

x > 4 ∩ x < -1
Problem 3
How to solve an intersection of two inequalities where the inequalities do not overlap.