Venn Diagrams

Venn diagrams are the principal way of illustrating sets diagrammatically. The method consists primarily of entering the elements of a set into a circle or ovals.

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Exam Paper Practice & Help
(a) Use this information to fill in the Venn Diagram below.
In a class there are 32 students
23 take History.
15 take French.
6 do not take either of these subjects.
(b) How many students take French but not History?

Solving Problems With Venn Diagrams

This video solves two problems using Venn Diagrams. One example with two sets and another example with three sets.

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