Disjointed sets or mutually exclusive, Mathematics

Disjointed Sets or Mutually Exclusive

Two sets are said to be mutually or disjointed exclusive whether they have no elements in common. Sets P and R underneath are disjointed as

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Disjointed sets are presented by a null set in this type of case

P ∩ R = Ø

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