Worksheet: Types of Sets

In this worksheet, we will practice determining different types of sets.

Q1:

Is the set “letters in the English alphabet” finite, infinite, or null?

  • AInfinite
  • BNull
  • CFinite

Q2:

Is the following set null or not?

The set of Arabic countries in Australia.

  • Anull
  • Bnot null

Q3:

Is the following set null or not?

The set of triangles with 4 sides.

  • Anull
  • Bnot null

Q4:

What is the name of a set which has no elements?

  • Afinite set
  • Binfinite set
  • Cnull set

Q5:

Is the set of Egyptian governorates in Asia null or not?

  • ANull
  • BNot null

Q6:

Is the following set null or not?

The set of students in your class who have been to the moon.

  • Anull
  • Bnot null

Q7:

Is the following set null or not?

The set of the governerates in Upper Egypt that are located on the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Anull
  • Bnot null

Q8:

Is the following set null or not?

The set of even numbers less than 2.

  • ANot null
  • BNull

Q9:

Which of the following choices is an infinite set?

  • A the set of multiples of 7 smaller than 343
  • B the set of whole numbers less than 84
  • C the set of whole numbers between 7 and 343
  • D the set of multiples of the number 4

Q10:

A set that has a limited number of elements is called a/an set.

  • Anull
  • Binfinite
  • Cfinite

Q11:

A set that has an unlimited number of elements is called a/an set.

  • Afinite
  • Bnull
  • Cinfinite

Q12:

Sets that contain the same number of elements are called .

  • A equal sets
  • B different sets
  • C equivalent sets

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