Part 1: Write your own real world situation that can be organized into a Venn diagram with two overlapping circles.
Part 2: Provide the appropriate information, specific to your created problem from part 1, for the generic Venn diagram below.
What is the title of your Venn diagram?
What is the title of Circle A?
What is the title of Circle B?
What are the values of v, x, y, and z?
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If a farm has black horses, white horses, and black/white paint horses, you can make a Venn Diagram titled Color of Horses on a Farm.
Circle A can be Black Horses. Say there are 7, not including horses that have both black & white, so not in the overlapping part.
Circle B can be White Horses. Say there are 5, not including horses that have both black & white, so not in the overlapping part.
The overlapping part will represent the number of Black/White paint horses that have both colors. Say there are 3.
So then there are 7 black horses, 5 white horses, 3 black/white paint horses, and a total of 15 horses. 7+3, or 10 of the horses have black coloring and 5+3, or 8 of the horses have white coloring