


Description 



Intersection of Sets: The set of all elements contained in all of the given sets. 
The intersection of two sets is formed by putting
together the elements that appear in both sets. For example, if
H = {0, 3, 6, 9} and J = {0, 6, 12} then the
intersection of H and J is {0, 6} and is written H J.
If the given sets do not have any elements in common, then the intersection set is an empty set (Ø). In that case, the sets are said to be distinct.


