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## What is lower bound and upper bound of a set?

Lower bound: a value that is less than or equal to every element of a set of data. Upper bound: a value that is greater than or equal to every element of a set of data.

**How do you find the upper and lower bounds of a set of numbers?**

If every number in the set is less than or equal to the bound, the bound is an upper bound. If every number in the set is greater than or equal to the bound, the bound is a lower bound.

**Which of the following set is not bounded?**

A set which is not bounded is called unbounded. For example the interval (−2,3) is bounded.

### What is bounded below set?

A set is bounded below by the number B if the number B is lower than or equal to all elements of the set. Examples: Example 1. A set of natural numbers N is bounded below by the number 0 or any negative number because for all natural numbers n we have: 0≤n and for every negative number N we have N≤n.

**What is set lower bound?**

The set::lower_bound() is a built-in function in C++ STL which returns an iterator pointing to the element in the container which is equivalent to k passed in the parameter.

**How do you find lower bounds?**

How to find upper and lower bounds

- Identify the place value of the degree of accuracy stated.
- Divide this place value by 2 .
- Add this amount to the given value to find the upper bound, subtract this amount from the given value to find the lower bound. You can then write these as an error interval,

## What is a lower number?

In summary, I would say that a small number is close to 0 and, in a context where negative numbers make sense, a low number is close to minus infinity. It is best to give more context of what kind of numbers you are talking about.

**What is bounded below?**

Bounded from below means that the graph lies above some horizontal line. Being bounded means that one can enclose the whole graph between two horizontal lines. The inequalities in the definition are often shortened like this: f ≥ k, f ≤ K, and | f | ≤ h (see the note on notation at the end of the previous section).

**Which of the following set is bounded below but not bounded above Mcq?**

Step-by-step explanation: a) the set of natural numbers is bounded below by any number . However, we note that is not bounded above since such as does not exist. Therefore in general we say that the set of natural numbers is not bounded.

### What is bounded above set?

A set S of real numbers is called bounded from above if there exists some real number k (not necessarily in S) such that k ≥ s for all s in S. The number k is called an upper bound of S. The terms bounded from below and lower bound are similarly defined. A set S is bounded if it has both upper and lower bounds.

**How to find the greatest lower bound of a set?**

A number b is called the greatest lower bound (or inﬁmum) of the set S if: 1) b is a lower bound: any x ∈ S satisﬁes x ≥ b, and 2) b is the greatest lower bound. x Greatest lower bounds of S may, or may not belong to S. For example, the interval (−2,3) is bounded below by -100, -15, -4, -2.

**How do you know if a set is bounded above?**

S is called bounded above if there is a number M so that any x ∈ S is less than, or equal to, M: x ≤ M. The number M is called an upper bound for the set S. Note that if M is an upper bound for S then any bigger number is also an upper bound.

## What is the difference between upper bounds and least upper bounds?

Upper bounds ofSmay, or may not belong toS. For example, the interval (−2,3) is bounded above by 100, 15, 4, 3.55, 3.In fact 3 is its least upper bound. The interval (−2,3] also has 3 as its least upper bound. When the supremum ofSis a number that belongs toSthen it is alsocalled themaximumofS.

**What is the difference between a bounded and unbounded set?**

So if S is a bounded set then there are two numbers, m and M so that m ≤ x ≤ M for any x ∈ S. It sometimes convenient to lower m and/or increase M (if need be) and write |x| < C for all x ∈ S. A set which is not bounded is called unbounded. For example the interval (−2,3) is bounded.