# 35. For subsets A and B of a set X, define the set A* B as A*B = $\left(A\cap B\right)\cup \left(\left(X-A\right)\cap \left(X-B\right)\right).$ Then only one of the following statements is true. Which one is it? A. A*(X-B) $\subset$A*B and A *(X-B) $\ne$ A*B B. A*B = A*(X-B) C. A*B$\subset$(X-B) and A*B $\ne$ A*(X-B) D. X - (A*B) = A*(X-B)

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