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INT2 1.1.1 1-3 Venn Diagrams Student eTools (Desmos)

Updated Aug 26, 2019

A Venn diagram is a tool used to classify objects. An item is placed in the Venn diagram in the appropriate region based on the conditions it meets.

1-3 Venn Diagram A

The left circle of the Venn diagram, Circle #1, represents the condition “has at least one pair of parallel sides” and the right side, Circle #2, represents the condition “has at least two sides of equal length” as shown below.

Sort through the polygons in the Polygon Bucket and decide as a team where each polygon belongs.

  • Click on the colored points on each shape and drag it to the appropriate section on the Venn Diagram.
1-3 Venn Diagram B

Next, reclassify the polygons for the new Venn diagram shown below.

  • Click on the colored points on each shape and drag it to the appropriate section on the Venn Diagram.
1-3 Venn Diagram C

Finally, reclassify the polygons for the new Venn diagram shown below. 

  • Click on the colored points on each shape and drag it to the appropriate section on the Venn Diagram.
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