# S.ID.1.BoxPlots

Regents Exam Questions CC.S.CP.1: Set Theory 2
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CC.S.CP.1 Set Theory: Describe events as subsets of a sample space (the set of
outcomes) using characteristics (or categories) of the outcomes, or as unions,
intersections, or complements of other events (“or,” “and,” “not”).
1 Given:
7 Given:
Which set represents
?
What is
?
2 Given:
8 Given:
What is
?
What is the intersection of sets Q, W, and Z?
3 Given:
What is the union of sets A and B?
4 If
and
the intersection of sets A and B is
9 Given:
,
What is the intersection of sets X, Y, and Z?
10 Given the following:
5 If
and
then the intersection of these two sets is
,
What is the intersection of sets A, B, and C?
6 Given:
What is the intersection of sets A and B?
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11 If
,
, then
, and
13 Given:
is
12 Which set represents the intersection of sets A,
B, and C shown in the diagram below?
What statement is false?
1)
2)
3)
4)
14 Maureen tracks the range of outdoor
temperatures over three days. She records the
following information.
Express the intersection of the three sets as an
inequality in terms of temperature, t.
Regents Exam Questions CC.S.CP.1: Set Theory 2
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