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i’m very confused on how to do it with three variables, i only know how to do 2. can someone pls explain it to me?? thanks
 

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i’m very confused on how to do it with three variables, i only know how to do 2. can someone pls explain it to me?? thanks
It not clear what your question is.

Did you go through logic/set-theory in the textbook Introduction to Discrete Math by Susanna E.P.
 

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i’m very confused on how to do it with three variables, i only know how to do 2. can someone pls explain it to me?? thanks
Just read it from left to right if I’m not mistaken. So P intersect Q would be the shared area of the two circles (P,Q). Then intersecting “not R” would mean out of the shaded area of P and Q you want to shade the part that is “not R” which means you don’t include R in the shaded area.
 

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