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Arrange numbers on the Venn Diagram according to their properties.

## Exercises

#### Human Venn Diagrams

Pupils move to positions in large circles on the floor according to their personal data.

#### Number Systems

Place the numbers in the correct sets in this concentric circles Venn diagram.

#### Set Notation Matching

Match the set notation statements with the equivalent symbol. A drag and drop self-marking exercise.

#### Venn Diagram

Place each of the numbers 1 to 16 on the correct regions on the Venn diagram.

#### Venn Diagram of Sequences

Find the formula for the nth term of sequences that belong in the given sets.

#### Venn Diagram Pairs

The traditional pairs or pelmanism game adapted to test knowledge of Venn diagrams.

#### Venn Paint

Flood fill the regions of the Venn diagrams according to the given statements.

#### Venn Totals

Practise reading and creating Venn diagrams containing two and three sets and the number of elements in those sets.

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