Kiran Asked an Mcq
October 2, 2020 1:24 pmpts 50 pts
. Let X, =(0,1) nQ and X, =eX,jq =2',ieN then. (a) X, is countable but |0,1]-X, is uncountable. (b) Xis countable but |0,1-X, is uncountable. (c) X, is countable but X, is uncountable. (d) X, is uncountable but X, is countable.
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  • Deepak singh thankyou
    X1 is collection of rationals of (0,1) and rational are countable so X1 is countable . And X2 is subset of X1 which is countable , so X2 is also countable . [0,1]/ X1 and [0,1]/...
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