# How to construct venn diagram using quadrilaterals?using the rhombus,square,rectangle,parallelogram,trapezoid?

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Venn diagram is used to compare and contrast to things. To make a Venn diagram, think of two things you want to compare. Draw two circles side by side overlapping them. the overlapping can be as big or as small as you want. this area will be where you list the things that are the same. label the item on the top of each circle (e.g "Apple" on the upper Right cicle and "orange" on the upper LEft circle) then write the distinct things of the first item on the area that is not overlapping.. do it on the other side that is not overlapping for the second item.
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