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In this lesson Nisha Mittal will provide study material related to discrete structure topic of Set Theory for NTA NET computer science.

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Nisha Mittal
🌟 MCA Gold Medalist 🌟 Star Educator 🌟Gate Qualified 🌟YouTuber ☆🌟BOOK published on LINUX ADMINISTRATION by kalyani publisher ☆🌟 7+ years teac

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sir ty nxt lesson le k aayiye plz
Shrikant Jadhav
5 months ago
very soon...
hello mam jin topics ke koi bhi videos bh nhn hai wo kb tk upload honge?????
Hello Mam, Are these videos sufficient from the exam point of view?
Nisha Mittal
a month ago
Manisha r u in my plus classes ??
Manisha Sajwan
a month ago
Actually I dont have idea from where I can get the plus classes?
Manisha Sajwan
a month ago
I mean plus subscription for the all CSE classes.
Hello Mam, please suggest me some books for preparing ugc-net2019, computer science & applications subject.
Nisha Mittal
a month ago
Rucha follow your standard books
mam m apki online class Joi karna chahti hun
Nisha Mittal
2 months ago
you can take subscription for 6 months
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2 months ago
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Nisha Mittal
2 months ago
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  1. Overview of the course Set Theory


  2. Overview of the course Set Theory


  3. Overview of the course Set Theory


  4. Overview of the course Set Theory Operations on Sets VRules of set Theory VMultiple Choice Questions


  5. Sets Sets A set is an unordered collection of objects O Objects are called its elements or members. We write a E X when a is an element of the set X. a EXas "a is a member of X"