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# Which of the following statement is correct?

- A is subset of B
- B is subset of A
- U is subset of A and B
- A and B are subsets of U

Hint:

### Universal set contains all elements. For the above diagram, A and B do not intersect with each other.

## The correct answer is: A and B are subsets of U

### A and B are subsets of U

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