   Chapter 2.5, Problem 24E ### Elementary Geometry for College St...

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ISBN: 9781285195698
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# In Exercises 21 to 26 , with P = { a l l   p o l y g o n s } as the universe, draw a Venn Diagram to represent the relationship between these sets. Describe a subset relationship, if one exists. Are the sets described disjoint or equivalent? Do the sets intersect? Q = { quadrilaterals } ; L = { equilateral   polygons }

To determine

To draw:

The Venn diagram to represent the relationship between these sets and describe the subset relationship, if one exists and also determines that the set are disjoint or equivalent.

Explanation

Given:

The given sets are,

Approach:

A set A is subset of another set if all elements of the set B if all elements of the set A are elements of the set B.

Any equilateral polygon is always a quadrilateral.

LQ

Draw the Venn diagram for the Q and L.

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