# What are the correct subsets of the set {sheep, goat}?

## The appropriate question is:

Which of the following lists all the subsets of the set {sheep, goat}?

A) [1, sheep, goat, (sheep, goat)]

B) sheep, goat

C) (g), (sheep), (goat), (sheep goat)

D) [1, sheep, goat]

E) {sheep}

## Answer:

The correct subsets of the set {sheep, goat} are {sheep} and {goat}.

"sheep, goat," which correctly lists all the **subsets **of the set {sheep, goat}, as there are two **individual **subsets: {sheep} and {goat}. Option B is the correct option.

The question asks for the correct representation of all **subsets** of the set {sheep, goat}. Subsets are sets that contain elements from the original set. In this case, the original **set** is {sheep, goat}.

A) [1, sheep, goat, (sheep, goat)] is not correct because it includes unnecessary elements and formatting.

B) "sheep, goat" is the correct answer. It accurately lists the two individual subsets: {sheep} and {goat}.

C) (g), (sheep), (goat), (sheep goat) is not correct because it doesn't represent the subsets properly.

D) [1, sheep, goat] includes unnecessary elements and formatting.

E) {sheep} represents one of the subsets, specifically {sheep}.

So, the correct answer is B because it accurately represents all the subsets of the set {sheep, goat}, which are {sheep} and {goat}. Option B is the correct option.