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Complement

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  1. a concept used in comparisons of sets to refer to the unique values of one set in relation to another

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. a term from discrete mathematics and predominantly in set theory

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  3. In the LaTeX typesetting language the command ∖ is usually used for rendering a set difference symbol - a backslash-like symbol

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  4. The terms "absolute" and "relative" complement refer to more specific applications of the concept, with universal complements referring to elements unique to the universal set and the latter referring to the unique elements of one set in relation to

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  5. In this image, the universal set is represented by the border of the image, and the set A as a disc
    In this image, the universal set is represented by the border of the image, and the set A as a disc

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