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What are Venn Diagrams
On your IGCSE GCSE maths exam you will get questions about Venn diagrams. It is therefore important to understand what Venn diagrams are and how Venn Diagrams are used in our everyday lives. A Venn diagram is a method or diagram to order information. Before moving on to the exam style type of questions, have a look at the next maths video which will give you a practical example of when a Venn Diagram is used.

Solving Past Paper Maths Exam QuestionOver time I have received quite a few questions from students about the following exam question regarding shading Venn diagrams. You are asked to shade the union of the complimentary set of A and set B. Do you understand and agree with my answer which you can see below in the picture? Share your thoughts on the forum of this website and understand maths in order to pass your maths exam. Good luck and have fun!!
Congratulations! You have learned an important maths lesson and now understand what Venn Diagrams are used for and how to shade Venn Diagrams. These skills will help you to pass your next maths exam. After a 5 minute pause I want you to continue with your maths revision. So get a cup of tea and then follow the link. There you will find all my resources in which I explain all you need to know about algebra and graphs. See you soon!!


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