Unformatted text preview: n there is any overlap, because you would be counting the elements in the intersection twice. We can use this formula to help: Basically, you are adding the number of elements in the two sets and then subtracting the number of elements in their intersection. 6 17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook February 04, 2014 Ex. 5: Given n(U) = 169, n(A) = 81, and n(B) = 66, find the following.
a) If the universal set. , find and draw a Venn diagram depicting the composition of 7 17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook February 04, 2014 Ex. 5: Given n(U) = 169, n(A) = 81, and n(B) = 66, find the following.
b) If the universal set. , find and draw a Venn diagram depicting the composition of 8 17 Sets Notes Filled In.notebook February 04, 2014 Ex. 6: A recent transportation survey of 500 college students yielded the following information: 179 own a motorcycle (M), 291 own a car (C), and 85 own both a motorcycle and a car. What percent of these students own a m...
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