Equivalent Sets?

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In the set theory, equivalent sets are sets are those with the same amount of elements. Hence, they can have one to one correspondence with each other. Equal sets are those who consist of exactly the same elements. Equal sets are always equivalent though not all equivalent sets are equal.
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