Venn diagrams are the principal way of illustrating sets diagrammatically. The method consists primarily of entering the elements of a set into a circle or ovals.

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Exam Paper Practice & Help

(a) Use this information to fill in the Venn Diagram below.

In a class there are 32 students

23 take History.

15 take French.

6 do not take either of these subjects.

(b) How many students take French but not History?

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