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Any set that contains -1.2, whether finite or infinite.

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the set consisting of only -1.2 ie {-1.2},

the set consisting of -1.2 and 5 = {-1.2,5},

the set consisting of -1.2 and 3 and sqrt(17) = {-1.2,3,sqrt(17)}, and so on.

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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.

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The set of numbers which 3 does not belong is the set of even numbers.

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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.

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