Video: Identifying the Venn Diagram That Represents Two given Sets

If 𝑋 = {7, 3, 9, 1} and π‘Œ = {9, 7, 2}, draw a Venn diagram that represents the two sets.

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Video Transcript

If 𝑋 is equal to the set of seven, three, nine, one and π‘Œ is equal to the set of nine, seven, and two, draw a Venn diagram that represents the two sets.

So here we have a Venn diagram with the set 𝑋 and π‘Œ. But we don’t have the elements in it yet, because this portion where they cross over is what they have in common, so what they both have.

So which elements are in both sets? They each have seven, and they each have nine. Three and one are only in the set 𝑋 and two is only in the set π‘Œ.

Therefore, this would be our Venn diagram.

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