# Is $\{\}\;, \{\{\}\}\;\;,\{\{\{\}\}\}$ is an empty set or not?

Is $\{\}, \, \{\{\}\},\, \{\{\{\}\}\}$ is an empty set or not?

My opinion: the first is the empty set because it contains no elements, while the second and third are not an empty set because it contains a empty set.

Please explain to me the given question in detail.

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Can you define each of them? Remember that $\{ \varnothing \} \ne \varnothing$. Also, $\varnothing \notin \{ \{ \varnothing \} \}$ (you mentioned that the third set contains the empty set) –  Andrew Salmon Apr 22 '13 at 5:46
If by double brackets you mean $\{ \} = \emptyset$, then you're correct. The second two are not empty and the first one is. –  Suugaku Apr 22 '13 at 5:47
Thanks friends got it –  juantheron Apr 22 '13 at 5:49

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