If you are still confused on how to solve problems using Venn diagrams, follow our post below and learn more about the set diagrams, provided with explanation. We’ll start by giving you the first example of two circle **Venn diagram problem** diagram below.

*Venn diagram problems* generally give you two or three classifications and a bunch of numbers. You then have to use the given information to populate the diagram and figure out the remaining information. In the example above, you were given two sets of shape: definite shape and not a definite shape. The purple circle shows the explanation of definite shape which does not take the shape of its container. Meanwhile, non-definite shape takes the shape of its container. However, there are shapes which shares the same traits as the two aforementioned, so it is placed on the overlapping part of the two circles. More examples of Venn diagram problems are provided below.

These Venn diagrams are the principal way of showing sets diagrammatically. The method consists primarily of entering the elements of a set into a circle or circles. The Venn diagrams are used to compare and contrast three themes, topics, or concepts. The center is the area of similarity for all three topics. In the blank templates below, you can make and customize your Venn diagrams with your own sets.

Venn diagram is used to identify differences and similarities. Draw and customize your Venn diagrams with your own sets. Find more various diagram resources in our site by looking through our collections or search column!