Venn Diagram

Venn diagrams define all the possible relationships between collections of sets. The most basic
Venn diagrams simply consist of multiple circular boundaries describing the range of sets.
The overlapping areas between the two boundaries describe the elements which are common
between the two, while the areas that aren’t overlapping house the elements that are different.
For this assignment, you will use a 3 circle Venn diagram to compare the similarities and
differences between Gap Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, and Failure Modes and Effects

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