Representing Sets.
In Venn Diagrams.

A set can be represented diagrammatically using a circle or an ellipse.

The elements are written inside the circle / ellipse.

The name of the set is denoted by a capital letter written outside the circle, near to the circle.

Venn Diagrams of 2 sets

Disjoint sets are represented by two separate circles.

Draw a Rectangle, that encloses the set.

Draw a Circle/Ellipse for each of the set with elements in it.

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