A Venn diagram is basically showing two activities that a group of people do, and the place where the two circles overlap shows the amount of people which do BOTH the activities. For example, if the two circles represent tennis and Basketball. Those who are in the basketball circle, and not in the overlapped section, they only do basketball. Those in the tennis circle, and not in the overlapped section, only do tennis. Those in the overlapped section do both basketball and tennis.
A Venn diagram involves two overlapping circles. In one circle, write a subject and all the related ideas to that subject. Do the same thing in the other circle. Then, where the circles overlap, write what the two subjects have in common.
A venn diagram with 2 circles is comparing and contrasting two things while a venn diagram with three circles is comparing and contrasting two things to the same one subject instead of with each other.
2 overlapping circles
They are the universal set: every number that doesn't fit in the circles in the venn diagram.
A diagram is any graphic that represents information. A Venn Diagram is a diagram with circles overlapping.
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Named for its inventor, or at least its popularizer. Similar visual tools are known as Euler's circles.
The Venn diagram, a diagram representing mathematical or logical sets pictorially as circles or closed curves within an enclosing rectangle (the universal set), common elements of the sets being represented by the areas of overlap among the circles.
A Venn diagram
A Venn diagram is a diagram that shows relationships between 2 things or concepts using circles if there are similarities between both then you overlap the circles.
He created the Venn diagram and wrote books about what he did.
You place information in two overlapping circles.
you put 2 circles together
That's a Venn diagram.
He created the "Venn diagram" which is used when dealing with "sets" in mathematics.
It is 2 circles overlapping each other.
The universal set is the outer rectangle and all subsets are circles or ovals. In terms of the Venn diagram, there is no difference between circles and ovals.
a diagram that compares 2 or more things using 2 or more interlapping circles