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What type of set is "The set of poor students of a class"?
(A) Null Set
(B) Infinite Set
(C) Finite Set
(D) Not a defined Set
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A set is collection of well defined things.
Since the no. of poor students in a class cannot be defined,
it is not a defined set.
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