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In this lesson, we will learn how to use Venn diagrams to find intersections between sets.

Q1:

Find the set of elements common to π , π , and π .

Q2:

Find the set of elements common to π΄ , π΅ , and πΆ .

Q3:

Using the Venn diagram, find π΄ β© π΅ β© πΆ .

Q4:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: The Venn Diagram shows { 5 , 1 } ( π β© π ) .

Q5:

Using the Venn diagram, find π β© π .

Q6:

Use the Venn diagram below to find π β© π .

Q7:

Use the Venn diagram below to find π β© π .

Q8:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: The Venn Diagram shows { 9 , 6 } ( π β© π ) .

Q9:

Write the set of elements in both π΄ and π΅ .

Q10:

Write the set of elements in both π΄ and πΆ .

Q11:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: The Venn Diagram shows 4 ( π β© π ) .

Q12:

Given the Venn diagram, which of the following represents the set { 9 , 0 } ?

Q13:

Using the Venn diagram, find π β© π .

Q14:

Using the Venn diagram, find π β© π .

Q15:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: The Venn Diagram shows { 7 } ( π β© π ) .

Q16:

Use the Venn diagram below to find π β© π β² .

Q17:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: { 5 } ( π β© π ) .

Q18:

Q19:

Using the Venn diagram below, find π β© π .

Q20:

Use β or β to fill in the gap: The Venn Diagram shows 8 ( π β© π ) .

Q21:

Q22:

Write the set of elements in both π and π .

Q23:

Write the set of elements in both π and π .

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