How do I make a venn diagram for this problem?
A survey asked people what alternative transportation modes they use. Using the data to
complete a Venn diagram, then determine: a) what percent of people only ride the bus, and b)
how many people don’t use any alternate transportation.
30% use the bus 20% ride a bicycle
25% walk 5% use the bus and ride a bicycle
10% ride a bicycle and walk 12% use the bus and walk
2% use all three
To represent the given data on the Venn diagram and to count the required numbers
Let B ( bus), C (cycle) and W (walk) represent the three sets. FIrst mark the three sets along with their numbers and then mark 2 at their common intersection.
Now, use the intersection data, subtract the...
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