logic and set theory
posted by maria .
describe the venn diagram for two disjoint sets. how does this diagram illustrate that the sets have no common elements?
... im a bit confused, because to me, if the sets are disjoint and hence nothing is in common, it wouldnt be a venn diagram in the first place because you wouldnt be able to put anything in the center. ??
if anyone can clarify this, id be very grateful =)

disjoint sets? The venn diagram is two circles, sitting side by side, with no overlapping area.

... oh, thank you for that clarification =D
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