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equivalent sets are sets having the same number of elements

Example:

a= {dog, cat, buffalo, horse, cow} b= { lion, tiger, zebra, wolf, puma}

set a has 5 elements, so with set b which has 5 elements. so, sets a and b are equivalent sets.

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