The Venn Diagram is named after a british mathematician JOHN VENN, who developed the basic idea of using DIAGRAMS to represen the SETS.
Now, let’s see some different types of Venn Diagrams with their implications. We have many ways to represent our priblem, but the simplest way to represent is CIRCLE only.
If the items given over here is basically belongs to three different groups, the venn diagram representing it would be as👇👇👇
If 1 item belongs to the class of second and the second belongs to the third, then the representation is in the form of 3 CONCENTRIC CIRCLES, as like this 👇👇👇
If 2 separate items belong to the class of the third, they’re represented by 2 disjoint circles, inside a bigger circle as 👇👇👇.
NOTE: The 2 items should be different, that is, they shouldn’t be related to each other anyway but should be part of the third.
If 2 items belong to the class of the third items & in such a way that some items of each of thses 2 groups some are some are common.
If 2 items are PARTLY RELATED TO THE THIRD & are themselves independent of each other, they’re represented by 3 intersecting circle in a line.
If the three are PARTLY RELATED TO ONE ANOTHER, they’re represented in ADJOINING FIGURE.
If 1 item belong to the class if second while third item is entirely different from the other two, then they may be represented by the adjoining diagram.
One item belongs to the class of second & the 3rd item is PARTLY RELATED TO THESE TWO,as like this👇👇👇
If one item belongs to the class of second & the third item is partly related to the second, as given below👇
If TWO items are PARTLY RELATED to each other and the third item is entirely different from the two, like this👇
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