Venn diagram, Mathematics

A venn diagram is a pictorial representation of the sample space of an experiment. It is usually drawn as a rectangular figure representing the sample space and it contains circles or other shapes representing events in the sample space.

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Venn diagram representing outcomes of tossing a coin

Venn diagram representing outcomes of selecting a manager

A = candidate has over 3 years experience

B = candidate has post graduate qualification.                              

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