**Set notation –**

In set theory and its applications to logic, mathematics, and computer science, set-builder notation is a mathematical notation for describing a set by enumerating its elements or stating the properties that its members must satisfy.

For example, empty set is represented as .

So Let’s see the latex code of Set Notations one by one.

**Set notation and their Latex Code :**

TERM | SYMBOL | LATEX |
---|---|---|

1. empty set | \varnothing | |

2. set of natural numbers | \mathbb{N} | |

3. set of integers | \mathbb{Z} | |

4. set of rational numbers | \mathbb{Q} | |

5. set of algebraic numbers | \mathbb{A} | |

6. set of real numbers | \mathbb{R} | |

7. set of complex numbers | \mathbb{C} | |

8. is member of | ]\in | |

9. is not member of | \notin | |

10. owns (has member) | \ni | |

11. is proper subset of | \subset | |

12. is subset of | \subseteq | |

13. is proper superset of | \supset | |

14. is superset of | \supseteq | |

15. set union | \cup | |

15. set intersection | \cap |

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