I've been looking at some rules for the Cartesian Product, and one is of the distributive property, which is pretty obvious and straightforward. It states (I'm using "n" as intersect, because I cannot find the actual symbol): A x (B n C) = (A x B ) n (A x C)

This is pretty obvious...it is just like basic algebra. You just distribute the "A x" to B and C. So, if it is this easy, how do I prove it is true using a logic sequence? I honestly have no idea.

This post has been edited by **Midwest Product**: 05 March 2010 - 02:20 PM