Let $$A=\{1,2,3,4,5,6,7\}$$ and $$B=\{3,6,7,9\}$$. Then the number of elements in the set $$\{C \subseteq A: C \cap B \neq \phi\}$$ is ___________.

Let $$A=\{1,2,3,4,5,6,7\}$$. Define $$B=\{T \subseteq A$$ : either $$1 \notin T$$ or $$2 \in T\}$$ and $$C=\{T \subseteq A: T$$ the sum of all the elements of $$T$$ is a prime number $$\}$$. Then the number of elements in the set $$B \cup C$$ is ________________.

Let R_{1} and R_{2} be relations on the set {1, 2, ......., 50} such that

R_{1} = {(p, p^{n}) : p is a prime and n $$\ge$$ 0 is an integer} and

R_{2} = {(p, p^{n}) : p is a prime and n = 0 or 1}.

Then, the number of elements in R_{1} $$-$$ R_{2} is _______________.

Let A = {n $$\in$$ N : H.C.F. (n, 45) = 1} and

Let B = {2k : k $$\in$$ {1, 2, ......., 100}}. Then the sum of all the elements of A $$\cap$$ B is ____________.