disjoint sets

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disjoint sets

[dis′jȯint ′sets]
(mathematics)
Sets with no elements in common.
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The sets V [intersection] G, H [intersection] W [intersection] G and K [intersection] W [intersection] G are mutually disjoint open subsets of G containing p, q and x, respectively.
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Let U = v - int(M) and V = X - M, then U and V are mutually disjoint v--open sets such that x [member of] U and B [subset] V.
By definition, A, B and C are three mutually disjoint sets whose union is K = R.