Determine whether the set have a subset relationship. Are the two sets disjoint or equivalent? Do the set intersect? I={isosceles triangles}, R={right triangles}

Falak Kinney 2021-03-09 Answered
Determine whether the set have a subset relationship. Are the two sets disjoint or equivalent? Do the set intersect?
I={isosceles triangles},
R={right triangles}
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Khribechy
Answered 2021-03-10 Author has 100 answers
A right triangle has a right angle and two acute angles and isosceles triangles has two equal sides.
The intersection of two sets will result in a right isosceles triangle, having two sides equal and a right angle.
Thus, I and R are intersecting sets.
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