A **set** in mathematics is a collection of well defined and distinct objects, considered as an object in its own right. **Sets** are one of the most fundamental concepts in mathematics.

**What is Set, Types of Sets and Their Symbols?**

- Empty
**Sets**- The**set**, which has no elements, is also called a Null**set**or Void**set**. ... - Singleton
**Sets**- The**set**which has just one element is named a singleton**set**. ... - Finite and Infinite
**Sets**- ... - Equal
**Sets**- ... - Subsets- ...
- Power
**Sets**- ... - Universal
**Sets**- ... - Disjoint
**Sets**.

**What is set**? ... A **set** is a collection of elements or numbers or objects, represented within the curly brackets { }. For **example**: {1,2,3,4} is a **set** of numbers.

**Types** of a **Set**

- Finite
**Set**. A**set**which contains a definite number of elements is called a finite**set**. ... - Infinite
**Set**. A**set**which contains infinite number of elements is called an infinite**set**. ... - Subset. ...
- Proper Subset. ...
- Universal
**Set**. ... - Empty
**Set**or Null**Set**. ... - Singleton
**Set**or Unit**Set**. ... - Equal
**Set**.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In **set** theory and related branches of mathematics, a **collection** F of subsets of a given **set** S is **called** a family of subsets of S, or a family of **sets** over S. More generally, a **collection** of any **sets** whatsoever is **called** a family of **sets** or a **set**-family or a **set**-system.