A Venn Diagram is a pictorial representation of the relationships between sets.
The following figures show how to shade regions of Venn Diagrams for two sets:
A intersect B, A union B, A’, A intersect B’, A’ intersect B, A union B’,
A’ union B, A’ union B’ = (A intersect B)’, A’ intersect B’ = (A union B)’.
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How to shade the union, intersection and complement of two sets?
This video lesson covers the following cases:
The video lesson covers the following situations:
1. (A ∩ B) ∩ C
2. (A ∪ B) ∩ C
3. (A ∪ B)’ ∩ C
4. (A’ ∩ B’) ∩ C'
Enter an expression like (A Union B) Intersect (Complement C) to describe a combination of two or three sets and get the notation and Venn diagram. Use parentheses, Union, Intersection, and Complement.
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