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The '''Principle of Inclusion-Exclusion''' (abbreviated PIE) provides an organized method/formula to find the number of [[element]]s in the [[union]] of a given group of [[set]]s, the size of each set, and the size of all possible [[intersection]]s among the sets. | The '''Principle of Inclusion-Exclusion''' (abbreviated PIE) provides an organized method/formula to find the number of [[element]]s in the [[union]] of a given group of [[set]]s, the size of each set, and the size of all possible [[intersection]]s among the sets. | ||

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## Revision as of 16:57, 24 October 2020

The **Principle of Inclusion-Exclusion** (abbreviated PIE) provides an organized method/formula to find the number of elements in the union of a given group of sets, the size of each set, and the size of all possible intersections among the sets.

HELLO!