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#INTERSECTION([9,19,24,26,10,12,18,3,99],[24,20,99,8,12,10]) = 24 10 12 99 | #INTERSECTION([9,19,24,26,10,12,18,3,99],[24,20,99,8,12,10]) = 24 10 12 99 | ||

#INTERSECTION([10.02,11.09,29.9,22.3,10.002,11.11,12.32],[10.002,11,29.9,13.01]) = 29.9 10.002 | #INTERSECTION([10.02,11.09,29.9,22.3,10.002,11.11,12.32],[10.002,11,29.9,13.01]) = 29.9 10.002 | ||

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## Latest revision as of 15:39, 14 January 2019

**INTERSECTION (GivenSet1,GivenSet2)**

- and are any two set of values.

## Description

- This function will return Common elements from the given two sets.
- In , and are any two set of numbers or any elements.
- The Intersection of two sets named as A and B is the set that contains all elements of A that also belong to B,but no other elements.
- The intersection of A and B is written ""A ∩ B"". Formally:

- This function will return the result as Null when there is no numbers or elements are in common.

## Examples

- INTERSECTION([1,2,3,4],[2,4]) = 2 4
- INTERSECTION([9,19,24,26,10,12,18,3,99],[24,20,99,8,12,10]) = 24 10 12 99
- INTERSECTION([10.02,11.09,29.9,22.3,10.002,11.11,12.32],[10.002,11,29.9,13.01]) = 29.9 10.002