Q: What is universal subset?

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Yes.

It is the set of all elements we are considering or dealing with in a given problem. We use a capital U or sometimes capital E to mean the universal set. Now take ANY two sets, A and B. If every single element of set A is contained in set B, we say A is a subset of B. The empty set is a subset of every set. Every set in contained in the universal set, so they are all subset of it.

If I understand the question correctly then a is a proper subset of u.

There are 250 subsets. That is 1,125,899,906,842,624 of them and I am NOT proposing to list them.

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;,

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The universal subset is the empty set. It is a subset of all sets.

0 is subset of 0 no doubt. subset means taking part of universal set.here you are taking whole part of universal set.so 0 is subset of 0.

Yes. A null set is always a subset of any set. Also, any set is a subset of the [relevant] universal set.

Yes.

It is the set of all elements we are considering or dealing with in a given problem. We use a capital U or sometimes capital E to mean the universal set. Now take ANY two sets, A and B. If every single element of set A is contained in set B, we say A is a subset of B. The empty set is a subset of every set. Every set in contained in the universal set, so they are all subset of it.

If I understand the question correctly then a is a proper subset of u.

There are 250 subsets. That is 1,125,899,906,842,624 of them and I am NOT proposing to list them.

the difference between a subset and a proper subset

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;,

Because every set is a subset of itself. A proper subset cannot, however, be a proper subset of itself.

A is a subset of a set B if every element of A is also an element of B.

give example of subset