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    A very simple set problem

    Hi. I'm not really good in Math and I am not quite sure if this is the correct thread where I should post this problem. I figured I just needed opinions / explanations from other people on this problem.

    STATEMENT: CONFIDENCE IS A COMPONENT OF ARROGANCE

    Now, which is the appropriate Venn Diagram?

    Diagram A
    A very simple set problem-confidence-vs-arrogance21.jpg

    or Diagram B
    A very simple set problem-confidence-vs-arrogance1.jpg

    I hope to get some explanations from you. Thanks guys!
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    Re: A very simple set problem

    I'd vote Diagram B. I hope you win the contest!
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    Re: A very simple set problem

    Thanks. Something tells me it's A. Why B btw?
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    Re: A very simple set problem

    a component is a part (for example, stereo components are stereo parts or "pieces", and a "component of a recipe" is an ingredient or procedure).

    therefore, you should be looking for a picture where confidence is "inside" arrogance.
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