Venn Diagram

first of all a swiss mathematician euler gave an idea to represent a set by the points in a closed curve. Later on British mathematician john venn brought this idea to practice. Such the diagrams drawn to represent sets are called venn ealer diagrams or venn diagram.
In venn diagrams the universal set u is represended by points within a rectangle and its sub sets are represented by the point in closed curve (usually circle) with in the rectangle.


U (rectangle) universal Set
A- Set
B- Sub set of A
B \leq A

are show common element s of set A & set B
intersecting area = A \cup B
suppose u = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10}
Set A = {2,3}
Set B = {6,7,8}
A \cup B =\phi


1) Union of sets:
A & B be two sets the union of A & B is the set of all those elements which belong either to A or B or the both A & B.
A \cup B = {x:x \varepsilon A or x \varepsilon B} (A union B)
: x \varepsilon A \cup B \longleftrightarrow x \varepsilon A or x \varepsilon B
And x \varepsilon A \cup B \longleftrightarrow xA and xB
As above A \cup B = B (if A \subset B)
A \cup B = A (if B \subset A)

e.g if A = {1,2,3}
B = {1,3,5,7}
Then A \cup B = {1,2,3,5,7}

2) Intersection of sets: A & B be two sets the inter section of A & B is the set of all those elements that belong to both A & b and denoted by A \cap B

Thus A \cap B = {x:xεA and xεB}
Or x \varepsilon A \cap B \longleftrightarrow x \varepsilon A and x \varepsilon B
Or A \cap B ≤ A and A∩B ≤ B
e.g if Set A = {1,2,3}
Set B = {1,3,5,7}
Then A \cap B = {1,2,3,5,7}

3) Disjoint set: Two set A & B are said to be disjoint if A \cap B= \phi
If A\cap B \neq \phi then A and B are said to be intersecting or over capping sets.

4) Difference of sets:

Symmetric difference of two sets:- if A and b be two set s. then symmetric difference of set A and B is A \bigtriangleup b = (A-B) \cup (B-A)
= {x:x A \cap B}
e.g. Set A = {1,2,3,4,6}
Set B = {2,3,4,5,6,7}
Then A \bigtriangleup B = (A-B) \cap (B-A)
= {1,} \cap (5,7)
A \bigtriangleup B = {1,5,7}

5) complement of a set– If u is the universal set & A is a set such that A \&lt U than the complement of set A with respect to set u = A^' or A^C or U-A

Thus = A^' = { x \vaarepsalon u : x A}

e.g- if u = {1,2,3,4,5,6}
A= {3,4}
A^' = {1,2,5,6}

Thus u^' = \phi
\phi^'= u
(A^')' = A
A \cup A^' = u
A \cap A^' = \phi

Law of algebra of sets