A set is said to be a finite set if it is either void set or the process of counting of elements surely comes to an end is called a finite set.


Let Q = {natural numbers less than 25}

Then, Q is a finite set and n(P) = 24.

A set is said to be an infinite set whose elements cannot be listed if it has an unlimited.


W = {0, 1, 2, 3, ……..} i.e. set of all whole numbers is an infinite set.

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thank you so much it really help me alot! but if the question is The set of even numbers. the answer is infinte beacause the question is asking of numbers. am i right?
Yes, the answer is infinite set, because there are endless even numbers :)
thankz! but do you know what is well-defined set and and not-well defined set? please answer
A set is a well-defined collection of distinct objects.
Infinite set is the process of listing the elements continues indefinitely. Finite set are sets having no elements or a countable number of elements.