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How is the set "A union B" read in German? Is it "Die Vereinigung von A und B" or "A vereinigt mit B"?

(Also, is there some place that describes how mathematical expressions are read in German?)

{ asked by JJ Beck }

ANSWER

Both is correct.
The "Vereinigungsmenge" is read as:

Consequently, the "Schnittmenge" is read as:

Wikipedia is indeed a great place to start, but I also suggest – in case you're interested in maths – to watch lectures on Youtube. I can really recommend, for example, the videos of Christian Spannagel.

{ answered by Em1 }
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