New collections of **a Venn diagramĀ **samples are available to provide you with some examples of Venn diagram. All diagrams provided are in best quality that will allow you to print it in larger size. The first example one below contains two sets of compare and contrast Venn diagrams about the sweet spot inside oneself.

To remind you, *a Venn diagram* is the graph that shows sets and all possible overlaps of those sets. It works two-dimensionally when there are three or fewer sets. These kinds of diagrams are usually used to represent mathematical or logical sets pictorially as circles or closed curves within an enclosing rectangle, common elements of the sets being represented by the areas of overlap among the circle. In our following collections, we provide you with the three circles Venn diagrams examples.

These triple Venn diagrams are used to compare and contrast three themes, topics, or concepts. The center is the area of similarity for all three topics. Each separate type of set can be imagined as a point somewhere in the diagram. The territory invasion can sometimes have targets, so then in both sets, they correspond to points in the region where the left and right circles overlap. You can use this three-part Venn diagram examples as the reference to identify differences and similarities.

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