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1963, David B. MacNeil, ''Modern Mathematics for the Practical Man'', (w), Republished as 2013, David B. MacNeil, ''Fundamentals of Modern Mathematics: A Practical Review'', (w), page 3,
- In the foregoing example, the set ''D'' of the first four letters of the alphabet, was a subset of the set ''A'' of all the letters of the alphabet, because ''A'' includes all the members of ''D''.
1997, Wolfgang Filter, K. Weber, ''Integration Theory'', (w), page 5,
- Let A be a subset of the topological space X and take x\in X.
2007, Judith D. Sally, Paul J. Sally, Jr., ''Roots to Research: A Vertical Development of Mathematical Problems'', (w), page 280,
- We say that a set S has a ''finite partition'' into subsets S_1,\dots,S_n, if S = S_i \cup\dots\cup S_n, where the subsets are pairwise disjoint, that is, S_i\cap S_j = \empty, if i\ne j. (We do not require that the subsets be nonempty.)
A group of things or people, all of which are in a specified larger group.
To take a subset of.