Mathematics For Economic Analysis Set 1

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This set of Mathematics for Economic Analysis Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Mathematics For Economic Analysis Set 1

Q1 | The objects constituting a set are called
Q2 | Who is regarded as the founder of theory of sets?
Q3 | A collection of well-defined distinct objects thought of as a whole is called
Q4 | “No two elements of a set are identical”. This statement is
Q5 | A set containing no element is called
Q6 | A set containing only one element is termed as
Q7 | A set of totality of elements from all possible sets is called
Q8 | If two sets contain the same distinct elements, then they are called
Q9 | If two sets contain same number of distinct elements but not the same elementsare called
Q10 | Sets and set operations can be represented by drawing diagrams termed as
Q11 | If every element of a set B is also an element of A, then
Q12 | In Venn diagram, the universal set is represented by
Q13 | “Null set is a proper subset of all the non-null sets”. This statement is
Q14 | Union of A with A, that is, A U A =
Q15 | Union of A and the universal set is
Q16 | Union of A and a null set is equal to
Q17 | Union of A with B is same as union of B with A, that is, A U B = B U A istermed as
Q18 | The associative law of union is
Q19 | If B is a subset of A, then A U B =
Q20 | If a set C contain all the elements which are present in both the sets A and B,then set C is called
Q21 | If two sets do not have any common element, then they are called
Q22 | A set containing all the elements of the universal set except those of set A iscalled
Q23 | The set of all elements belonging to A but not to B is
Q24 | The set of all subsets of a set A is called
Q25 | Any number raise to the power zero is always equal to