Methods of set representation, Mathematics

I have an assignment of set theory, please Explain Methods of set representation.

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Capital letters are normally utilized to represent sets. Though, there are two different methods for representing members of a set as:

i. The enumerative method

ii. The descriptive method and

The descriptive method includes the description of members of the set in that a way such one can find out the elements of the set with no difficulty.

The enumerative method needs that one writes out all the members of the set in the curly brackets.

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