Intersection and Union using a Venn Diagram

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Learn how to find the intersection and union of sets using a Venn diagram with this lesson. The universal set is represented by a box, with subsets A and B contained inside. The sets are denoted with brackets, and the intersection is found where the sets have elements in common, while the union is the combination or addition of the elements between two or more sets. By the end of the lesson, you'll be able to easily determine what elements are in a set and find the union and intersection of sets using a Venn diagram.

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How to find the intersection and union with sets in a venn diagram

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