If A is the set of letters in the word “trivial” and B is the set of letters in the word “difficult”

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then the set B-A=

A) {c, d, f, 1. tu)

B) {c, d, f, u

C) {a,r,v}

D) { a, i,1, t }

# If A is the set of letters in the word “trivial” and B is the set of letters in the word “difficult”

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