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What is the cardinality of a set?
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This is the measure of the set's size.

Meaning this is thus a measure of the number of elements in a set.

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The cardinality of a set is the size of a set i.e. the number of elements in a set
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the cardinality determine how many units are in a set. thus determining the size of the set. for example, the English alphabet has 26 letters. thus,. the cardinality of the English alphabet is 26
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