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1. Can someone shade the following Venn Diagram for P(AnB'....

I'm really struggling with learning how to shade Venn Diagrams for probabilities someone help!!
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2. (Original post by Philip-flop)
Can someone shade the following Venn Diagram for P(AnB'....

I'm really struggling with learning how to shade Venn Diagrams for probabilities someone help!!
I'm not about to do your homework for you, but will get you going.

Presumably the ' means not B?
In which case you're looking for the intersection of and .
This is the area that is in and not in , which is which region?
3. (Original post by joostan)
I'm not about to do your homework for you, but will get you going.

Presumably the ' means not B?
In which case you're looking for the intersection of and .
This is the area that is in and not in , which is which region?
So would it look like this...

Sorry if I'm wrong, I understand what the symbols for probabilities stand for but have trouble imagining the shaded areas
4. (Original post by Philip-flop)
So would it look like this...

Sorry if I'm wrong, I understand what the symbols for probabilities stand for but have trouble imagining the shaded areas
Assuming the ' did indeed mean not, then yes, that's right.
It's often more convenient to think of the intersection as an "and" and the union as an "or".

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