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Q: What is the math term for subset?

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There is no difference between improper subset and equal sets. If A is an improper subset of B then A = B. For this reason, the term "improper subset" is rarely used.

power in a math term is when you multiply the exponents

That is called a variable.

Since ASCII ⊊ unicode, I don't know if there are ASCII codes for subset and proper subset. There are Unicode characters for subset and proper subset though: Subset: ⊂, &sub;, &#8834; Subset (or equal): ⊆, &sube;, &#8838; Proper subset: ⊊, &#8842;,

I think it is "line".

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I believe the term "proper set" is not use in math. A "proper subset" is a subset of a given set, that is not equal to the set itself.

The set of Rational Numbers is a [proper] subset of Real Numbers.

It is a subset of the population in a study.

"a subset of

Any subset.

It is a subset of the space that, in mathematical terms, you are working in.

That term, over there!

There is no difference between improper subset and equal sets. If A is an improper subset of B then A = B. For this reason, the term "improper subset" is rarely used.

An interval is a subset of an order-numbered set; the interval includes a highest- numbered member of the subset and a lowest-numbered member of the subset and all members of the set with order numbers with values between that of the highest- and lowest-numbered members. This is more exactly called a "closed interval". An "open interval" is defined in the same way, except that the lowest-numbered and highest-numbered limits are not part of the subset.

there is no such math term

The math term for multiplication is PRODUCT.

Malay ko! di nman aq matalino sa math eh!

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