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If $A=\left \{6^{2n} – 35n – 1: n=1,2,3 \dots \right \}$ and $B= \left \{35\left (n – 1  \right ) : n=1,2,3\dots \right \}$ then which of the following is true?

  1. Neither every member of $A$ is in $B$ nor every member of $B$ is in $A$
  2. Every member of $A$ is in $B$ and at least one member of $B$ is not in $A$
  3. Every member of $B$ is in $A$
  4. At least one member of $A$ is not in $B$
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