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There is no such concept as "proper set". Perhaps you mean "proper subset"; a set "A" is a "proper subset" of another set "B" if:

  • It is a subset (every element of set A is also in set B)
  • The sets are not equal, i.e., there are elements of set B that are not elements of set A.
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