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    Events

    Let A and B be events. Denote by C the event that exactly one of A and B occurs.

    (a) Draw a Venn diagram of A, B and C.

    I don't know what "exactly one of A and B" means and any help would appreciated.
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    "Exactly one of A and B" means either A and not B, or B and not A. So not A AND B, and not neither of them. Venn diagram should look like this:

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    Thanks I see it now
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