The objects within a number set can be caled as "Elements" or "members".
Not sure. The answer is not "a set" since a set can also refer to collections of abstract concepts (not objects), they can be empty (collections of no objects), the elements of a set need not have anything in common.
There should be 128 objects.
You call them "divine". There is no skill set name for animating inanimate objects.
A discrete set of objects has no ability to do anything other than being a discrete set of objects. The same applies to a fraction of such a set.
A set is a collection of objects called ELEMENTS OR MEMBERS.
The objects vary in name depending on where they are exhibited. Art museums call their objects "art" or "pieces," history museums call their objects "artifacts," science museums call their objects "specimens," but almost all museums as a whole call their objects as a unit their "collections."
In set theory, a universal set is a set which contains all objects, including itself.See link for more information.
a set is a collection of well defined objects
A set of n objects has 2n combinations. In each combination, each element can either be included or excluded. Two possibilities for each of n objects. One of these combinations will be the empty set - where none of the objects are selected.