Set theory (operators)

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Set theory (operators)
There might be a way to express UNION and INTERSECTION (U or ∩) using set theory notation in lieu of logical operator notation (AND / OR), for example. If so, I don't know how it is implemented.
Is there any documentation discussing set notation with regard to the hp Prime? Given the classroom focus of this product, it would seem this would be something useful. Guidance appreciated, and thanks! Dale 

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Set theory (operators)  DrD  10212014 04:15 PM
RE: Set theory (operators)  Han  10222014, 03:36 AM
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RE: Set theory (operators)  Joe Horn  10232014, 08:25 AM
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