Tracts are composed of one or more parcels. There are three types of tracts, A, B, and C. There are three types of parcels, D, E, and F. Parcels of any type may or may not be leased. If at least one parcel in a tract is leased, then the tract is considered leased.
How could this situation be described using set notation? Also, how could I use notation to describe a specific set, e.g., "the set of A and B tracts containing leased D parcels," or, "the set of tracts of any type that do not contain leased parcels."