It 's not super subset but it is super set. Look. If B is a SUBSET of A, A is the SUPER SET of B. Posted by Srujana(student)on 4/6/11

It 's not super subset but it is super set. Look. If B is a SUBSET of A, A is the SUPER SET of B. Posted by Srujana(student)on 4/6/11

It 's not super subset but it is super set. Look. If B is a SUBSET of A, A is the SUPER SET of B. Posted by Srujana(student)on 4/6/11

super set means here take this case, A = {1,2,3} B = {1,3} then A is a super set of B why...? A contains all the elements present in B...............so naturally A becomes the super set of B Posted by Kevin Toms(student)on 9/6/11

super set means here take this case, A = {1,2,3} B = {1,3} then A is a super set of B why...? A contains all the elements present in B...............so naturally A becomes the super set of B Posted by Kevin Toms(student)on 9/6/11

super set means here take this case, A = {1,2,3} B = {1,3} then A is a super set of B why...? A contains all the elements present in B...............so naturally A becomes the super set of B Posted by Kevin Toms(student)on 9/6/11

means of subset a subset can be the set itself like a.is a subset of a or b is subset of a.a subset means that is contained whithin something Posted by Jashrille(student)on 13/6/12

means of subset a subset can be the set itself like a.is a subset of a or b is subset of a.a subset means that is contained whithin something Posted by Jashrille(student)on 13/6/12

means of subset a subset can be the set itself like a.is a subset of a or b is subset of a.a subset means that is contained whithin something Posted by Jashrille(student)on 13/6/12

Whenever a set A is a subset of set B, we say the B is a superset of A and we write, B ⊇ A. Symbol ⊇ is used to denote ‘is a super set of’ For example: A = {a, e, i, o, u} B = {a, b, c, ............., z} Here A ⊆ B i.e., A is a subset of B but B ⊇ A i.e., B is a super set of A Posted by Divyasai K.(MeritNation Expert)on 7/5/13 This conversation is already closed by Expert

Whenever a set A is a subset of set B, we say the B is a superset of A and we write, B ⊇ A. Symbol ⊇ is used to denote ‘is a super set of’ For example: A = {a, e, i, o, u} B = {a, b, c, ............., z} Here A ⊆ B i.e., A is a subset of B but B ⊇ A i.e., B is a super set of A Posted by Divyasai K.(MeritNation Expert)on 7/5/13 This conversation is already closed by Expert

Whenever a set A is a subset of set B, we say the B is a superset of A and we write, B ⊇ A. Symbol ⊇ is used to denote ‘is a super set of’ For example: A = {a, e, i, o, u} B = {a, b, c, ............., z} Here A ⊆ B i.e., A is a subset of B but B ⊇ A i.e., B is a super set of A Posted by Divyasai K.(MeritNation Expert)on 7/5/13 This conversation is already closed by Expert