Let A be a non-empty set and P(A) be the power set of A. Then P(A) is a Boolean algebra under the usual operations of union, intersection and complementary in P(A). The sets ∅ and A are the zero element and unit element of the Boolean algebra P(A). Observe that if A is an infinite set, then the Boolean algebra P(A) will contain infinite number of elements.
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