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Q: Can you name all the sets of numbers to which 15 belongs to?

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-12 belongs to at least the sets of all numbers, of integers and negative integers, of rational numbers and negative rational numbers, and all negative numbers.

To any set that contains it! It belongs to {-3.15}, or {-3.15, sqrt(2), pi, -3/7}, or all numbers between -4 and +5, or negative numbers, or rational numbers, or real numbers, or complex numbers, etc.

There are 376740 such sets and you must think me crazy if you think I will list them all!

To any set that contains it! It belongs to {sqrt(30)}, or {45, sqrt(30), pi, -3/7}, or irrational numbers, or real numbers between -6 and 6, or all real numbers or complex numbers, etc.

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-12 belongs to at least the sets of all numbers, of integers and negative integers, of rational numbers and negative rational numbers, and all negative numbers.

-10 belongs to the set of all integers denoted by Z.

To any set that contains it! It belongs to {-3.15}, or {-3.15, sqrt(2), pi, -3/7}, or all numbers between -4 and +5, or negative numbers, or rational numbers, or real numbers, or complex numbers, etc.

It belongs to infinitely many sets. Some notable sets to which it belongs include:* Integers * Negative integers * Rational numbers * Real numbers * Complex numbers

There is no such number. All of these sets go on forever.

The union is all the numbers in all the sets.

It belongs to any set that contains it: for example, {4.75, -12, pi, sqrt(5), 29}. It belongs to the set of integers which is a proper subset of rational numbers which is a proper subset of real numbers which is a proper subset of complex numbers. So -12 belongs to all the above sets.

No, because there are an infiite number of sets that contain -5. For example {-5, 8}, which does not even have a name.

They are all sets that contain it. It belongs to {-400}, or {-400, sqrt(2), pi, -3/7}, or {-400, bananas, France, cold} or all whole numbers between -500 and -300, or multiples of 5, or negative composite numbers, or integers, or rational numbers, or real numbers, or complex numbers, etc.

You can make lots of sets that contain the number 74, for example:{74} {73, 74, 75} {0, 74, 8, 99} The set of integers The set of real numbers The set of complex numbers

To any set that contains it! It belongs to {12}, or {12, sqrt(2), pi, -3/7}, or all whole numbers between 3 and 53, or multiples of 3, or composite numbers, or counting numbers, or integers, or rational numbers, or real numbers, or complex numbers, etc.

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