absolute complement

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Noun[edit]

absolute complement (plural absolute complements)

  1. (set theory) The set that contains exactly those elements belonging to the universal set but not to a given set.

Usage notes[edit]

  • In mathematical expressions, the absolute complement of a given set A is denoted by "Ac."

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