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Any two sets have different conditions for membership, so if object O is in set

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Read another response about Mathematics Mathematics Share Any two sets have different conditions for membership, so if object O is in set S because it's blue or green, then being blue or green cannot be the reason why any other object is in any other set. If so, how can there exist a set of green objects?

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