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The universal set is the set of all the elements acceptable to a particular mathematical function. The universal set contains all possible numbers that work with the function. Normally, the universal set is the set of real numbers. It is equivalent to the unrestricted domain of the function. The universal set for the function is restricted from any number that yields an impossible result, such as an imaginary or infinite number. 
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2016-04-01T10:40:31+05:30
The universal set is the set of all the elements acceptable to a particular mathematical function. The universal set contains all possible numbers that work with the function. Normally, the universal set is the set of real numbers. It is equivalent to the unrestricted domain of the function. The universal set for the function is restricted from any number that yields an impossible result, such as an imaginary or infinite number.
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