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What information goes in the outer circles of a Venn diagram-?

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2015-09-13 09:22:59

In a mathematical Venn Diagram, each complete circle represents one thing, or the probability of doing such a thing (say for example, taking science classes or math classes). The area where both circles intersect is the probability of doing both (i.e. taking both math and science). What remains of the circles should be the probability of doing one activity, but not the other.

For a comparison/contrast diagram, the principal is much the same, only not using numbers: The center is reserved for qualities and attributes the two items (represented by the circles) have in common. The outer parts of the circles should be reserved for the differences between the things you are comparing; for example, in one comparing addition and subtraction, one statement in addition would be "answer is called sum" and in subtraction could be"answer is called difference".

So to simplify:

outer portions = differences

intersection = similarities

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2012-05-01 21:52:17
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The number of elements in the primary [proper] subsets of the universal set.