# Sets, Relations and Functions

Subject: Mathematics Exam: AIEEE

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## Important Concepts in Sets, Relations and Functions

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- Types of Sets
- Venn Diagram
- Operations on Sets
- Laws of Algebra of Sets
- Ordered Pair and Cartesian Product
- Types of Relations
- Inverse Relations
- Compositions of Relations
- Equivalence of Relations
- Types of Functions
- Composition of Functions

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## Important Points

If two functions f and g satisfy f (g(x)) = x for every x in the domain of g, and g(f(x)) =x for every x in the domain of f, we say that

*f is the inverse of g*and

*g is the inverse of f*.