# Answer to Question #14502 in Discrete Mathematics for Sheryl

Question #14502

The universal set is the set of the integers from 1 to 25, both inclusive. The sets P, Q and R are defined as

P= {p:p is a multiple of 2}

Q= {q:q is a multiple of 3}

R= {r:r is a multiple of 9}

Illustrate the relationship of P, Q and R in a Venn diagram and mark the numbers in each region.

P= {p:p is a multiple of 2}

Q= {q:q is a multiple of 3}

R= {r:r is a multiple of 9}

Illustrate the relationship of P, Q and R in a Venn diagram and mark the numbers in each region.

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