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Answered 2013-06-12 23:46:25

If I'm correct in interpreting what you're asking, the intersection set is the set between two sets that contains the common elements (denoted by what looks almost like a large lowercase n). In other words, if:

set A = {1,2,3,7,8,9}

and set B = {2,3,6,8,9,10)

then the intersection set (A n B) = {2,3,8,9}.

Just take what the two sets have in common, and put them together (don't repeat the digits, just what's in common).

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