A venn diagram is a diagram (usually a set of circles) that show the intersection or union of events, which helps illustrate the relationships between sets of things. For example, if you have a set of 52 playing cards and were looking at how many red aces there are, you could have one circle that represents the red cards (26 cards) and once circle that represents the aces (4 cards) and they would intersect and hold 2 cards in their intersection (2 red aces). It is a nice visual representation that can help clarify what different sets do or not have in common.
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