Q: Is it true that all equal sets are equivalent sets?

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Yes,Because not all disjoint no equivalent other have disjoint and equivalent

we can consider all infinite sets as equivlent sets if we go by the the cantor set theory.for eg. on a number line if we consider the nos. between 0 and 1 as a set then they are infinite. similarly the nos. between 0 and 5 can also be considered infinite and if considered as a set then they can be considered as equivalent

they are almost all equivalent - whole numbers also have the number 0, which natural numbers (counting numbers) do not.

No Equilateral triangles are triangles that have all of its three sides the same exact measurement. This means that if all the sides are the same then all of the interior angles will equal the same. And they always equal 60 degrees in an equilateral triangle. Equivalent traingles are just traingles that are equal in size and angles to another triangle equal. Equivalent traingles can be equilateral but they do not have to be.

Yes. A square has two sets of equal and parallel opposite sides. All four sides and all four angles (right angles) are equal.

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Yes. Equivalent means equal.

No, because equivalent sets are sets that have the SAME cardinality but equal sets are sets that all their elements are precisely the SAME. example: A={a,b,c} and B={1,2,3} equivalent sets C={1,2,3} and D={1,2,3} equal sets

no,because if for example :setA "A,B,C" and setB "D,E,F" they do have the same number of elements ,but they don't have the same elements.

Equivalent fractions are true when they show the same value: 2/4 = 1/2 = 4/8 all equal a half of the whole.

Absolutely not

They have four sides, two sets of two parallel sides. These meet at right angles. The diagonals of a rectangle are of equal length.

Equal sets are the sets that are exactly the same, element for element. A proper subset has some, but not all, of the same elements. An improper subset is an equal set.

Yes,Because not all disjoint no equivalent other have disjoint and equivalent

A square has 3 sets of parallel sides of equal length AND all the angles are 90 degrees. A rhombus has 2 sets of parallel lines of equal length, but the angles aren't all 90 degrees.

Equivalent sets are sets that have the same cardinality. For finite sets it means that they have the same number of distinct elements.For infinite sets, though, things get a bit complicated. Then it is possible for a set to be equivalent to a proper subset of itself: for example, the set of all integers is equivalent to the set of all even integers. What is required is a one-to-one mapping, f(x) = 2x, from the first set to the second.

a subset is when all elements are equivalent to eachother

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