Union operations using union by weight, Mathematics

Show the result of the following sequence of UNION operations using union-by-weight with the following assumptions

  • Unions are performed on the representatives on the sets that contain the arguments
  • If the sets have the same weight, make the representative of the second argument point to the representative of the first argument.
  • The universe of elements is the integers 0 - 16

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