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**Represent the truth of the following statement by the Venn diagram.**

No circles are polygons.

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#### Solution

Let U : The set of all closed geometrical figures in plane.

P : The set of all polygons

C : The set of all circles.

The above Venn diagram represents truth of the given statement, P ∩ C = φ

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