Your question is a little ambiguous, but Euler Circles, sometimes called Euler diagrams, are generally regarded as far superior to Venn diagrams from a cognitive perspective since they exploit topologocal properties that match semantic properties. This exploitation means that they are well-matched to what they represent. In general, Euler diagrams do not restrict to the use of circles and are formed of arbitrary simple closed curves, like Venn diagrams. It terms of expressiveness, if one allows only the use of simple closed curves, then Euler diagrams are less expressive than Venn diagrams. However, frequently Euler diagrams are permitted to use shading (which Venn used in his diagrams to assert the emptiness of a set). Under these conditions (i.e. simple closed curves plus shading) Euler diagrams are equivalent in expressive power to Venn diagrams. Moreover, if you don't like the idea of using shading, you can remove the constraint that the closed curves must be simple and, again, this results in Euler diagrams being as expressive as Venn diagrams. I hope that helps.
If the area is that of a circle or a regular polygon (triangle, square, reg pentagon etc) there are formulae that will enable you to do so. If it is any other shape - ellipse, irregular polygon, or worse still a random shape - then the area cannot be found.
Well since the aryansisterhood doesn't exist I'm gonna go with Mexican Mafia is way better and way worse than the girlysisterhood.
== == something that has already happened and is thus unlikely to be reversed It's a unfair negotiation tactic often used by large companies to dominate smaller ones. The method involves drawing the smaller party into a mutually adventagious endever, then changing the terms, after the smaller party is comitted. By then the costs associated with backing out are worse than accepting the new terms.
If there are 56 students better than you, and 56 students worse than you, there are 113 students in the class. 56 (better) + 56 (worse) + 1 (you) = 113
100 omg that's worse than jakes question
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depends on the shape. A circle would have the greatest area-to circumference ratio, a square somewhat worse and something like a star really bad.
Worse is a comparative verb. As in bad, worse, worst.
This depend on the stain. Some stains come out in hot water, while others are made worse by hot water. The general method for stain removal is to pretreat the stain and then wash it.
For "bad" Comparative is worse Superlative is worst
Worse is not a verb. Worsen is the verb form of worse.
There are many methods, the two most common being the Backcombing method and the Neglect method. If you are considering getting dreadlocks, make sure you do a lot of reading online first. Visit the link titled Dreadlock Methods for information about different methods of creating locks, the backcombing method although common is not best, the worse thing you can do is use wax or dread kits.
stronger bit? try to pull then let go then pull again.
Snow is worse than rain. Ice is worse than snow.
well when worse comes to worse means when something is bad but u like mens willie up your hole dont you?