It must be admitted that such a diagram is not quite so simple to draw as one might wish it to be; but then consider what the alternative is if one undertakes to deal with five terms and all their combinations — nothing short of the disagreeable task... Philosophical Magazine - Page 1681880Full view - About this book
| John Venn - 1881
...portion of the outside of z; ie its four component portions are inside yand w but are no part of z). **It must be admitted that such a diagram is not quite...simple to draw as one might wish it to be; but then** consider what the alternative is if one undertakes to deal with five terms and all their combinations;... | |
| Physics - 1880
...invented for solving logical problems by means of diagrams. The method is certainly ingenious, and **for verifying analytical solutions of easy and elementary...before him, all those thirty-two compounds of which** XTZ "WV is a sample; that is, jte must contemplate the array produced by 160 Fom the words in italics... | |
| James Elkins - Art - 2003 - 230 pages
...of the outside of s; ie. its four component portions are inside ,y and w but are no part of z). • **It must be admitted that such a diagram is not quite...simple to draw as one might wish it to be; but then** consider what the' alternative is it' one undertakes to deal with Iive terms and all their combinations;... | |
| John Venn - Mathematics - 2006 - 540 pages
...portion of the outside of z ; ie its four component portions are inside y and w but are no part of z). x **It must be admitted that such a diagram is not quite...simple to draw as one might wish it to be; but then** it must be remembered what the alternative is if one undertakes to deal with five terms and all their... | |
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