# How do you find the complement of a set?

## Question:

How do you find the complement of a set?

## Complement of a Set:

In mathematics, a set is a collection of objects that satisfy a certain property. The complement of a set, *A*, is another set that consists of all of the elements in the universal set that are not in the set *A*. We can use this definition to find the complement of a given set.

## Answer and Explanation:

To find the complement of a set *A*, denoted *A* ', we use the definition to simply identify all of the elements that are in the universal set and not in...

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