### Posts under category Online Math Class Help

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Part 1: Prepare

In both the Set Theory Module (A.3-7 DeMorgan's Laws for Sets) and the Logic Module (B.2-6 DeMorgan's Laws for Logic), DeMorgan's Laws are discussed. Reread each lesson.
Part 2: First Post
Title your post: Student's DeMorgan's Laws Post

1. [2 pts] State both of DeMorgan's Laws for Sets. Are the results of item 1 consistent with DeMorgan's Laws for Sets? Explain.
2. [2 pts] State both of DeMorgan's Laws for Logic. Explain, in your own words, how these laws correspond to DeMorgan's Laws for Sets.
Part 3: Second Post

After you have posted, you will be able to see other student's posts. You may respond to your classmates and/or ask them questions (optional). Review the posts of your classmates, then post a reply to your own post stating whether or not you would like to add, change, or clarify anything in your original post. [2 pts]

## MGF1106 Math Reasoning Venn's diagram question

A middle school​ counselor, attempting to correlate school performance with leisure​ interests, found that of a group of​ students, 32 had seen Movie​ A, 27
had seen Movie​ B, 24 had seen Movie​ C, 15 had seen Movies A and​ B, 11 had seen Movies A and​ C, 8 had seen Movies B and​ C, 3 had seen all three​ films, and 6
had seen none of the three films. Use a Venn diagram to complete parts​ (a) through​ (c) below.

Complete a Venn diagram considering the following classifications.
Complete the Venn diagram. Let A be the set of students that saw Movie​ A, B be the set of students that saw Movie​ B, and C be the set of students that saw Movie C.

a) How many students had seen Movie C​ only?
b) How many students had seen exactly two of the​ films?
c) How many students were​ surveyed?
The following Venn Diagram is a graphical representation of the relationship between the conditions, and can help you in answering the questions.

Solved Venn Diagram for the Math Reasoning question

## Math reasoning Math Homework question

An example of a Math question from a Math reasoning class. The problem is from a Venn's diagram lesson.
The 65 students in a classical music lecture class were​ polled, with the results that 36 like Wolfgang Amadeus​ Mozart, 37 like Ludwig von​ Beethoven, 33 like Franz Joseph​ Haydn, 14 like Mozart and​ Beethoven, 21 like Mozart and​ Haydn, 15 like Beethoven and​ Haydn, and 8 like all three composers. Use a Venn diagram to complete parts​ (a) through​ (f) below.

a) How many of these students like exactly two of these​ composers?
b) How many of these students like exactly one of these​ composers?
c) How many of these students like none of these​ composers?
d) How many of these students like​ Mozart, but neither Beethoven nor​ Haydn?
e) How many of these students like Haydn and exactly one of the other​ two?
f) How many of these students like no more than two of these​ composers?