# How old is John Venn?

## How old is John Venn?

88 years (1834–1923)John Venn / Age at death

## What is AUB Venn diagram?

The union of two sets A and B is a set that contains all the elements of A and B and is denoted by A U B (which can be read as “A or B” (or) “A union B”). A union B formula is used to find the union of two sets A and B.

**What is John Venn nationality?**

British

English

John Venn/Nationality

### When did John Venn get married?

In 1867 Venn married Susanna Carnegie Edmonstone, the daughter of the Rev Charles Edmonstone. They had one child, a son John Archibald Venn, who became president of Queen’s College, Cambridge, in 1932, and undertook major collaborative research projects with his father that we give more details on below.

### Who invented Venn?

John VennVenn diagram / Inventor

**Where was mathematician John Venn born?**

Kingston upon Hull, United KingdomJohn Venn / Place of birth

#### What is a ∩ B?

A intersection B is a set that contains elements that are common in both sets A and B. The symbol used to denote the intersection of sets A and B is ∩, it is written as A∩B and read as ‘A intersection B’. The intersection of two or more sets is the set of elements that are common to every set.

#### What is a ∪ B?

The symbol ∪ is employed to denote the union of two sets. Thus, the set A ∪ B—read “A union B” or “the union of A and B”—is defined as the set that consists of all elements belonging to either set A or set B (or both).

**What school did John Venn attend?**

Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge1853–1857

Highgate School

John Venn/Education

## What is the meaning of Venn?

: a graph that employs closed curves and especially circles to represent logical relations between and operations on sets and the terms of propositions by the inclusion, exclusion, or intersection of the curves.

## Who is Venn diagram named after?

John Venn

John Venn, (born August 4, 1834, Kingston upon Hull, England—died April 4, 1923, Cambridge), English logician and philosopher best known as the inventor of diagrams—known as Venn diagrams—for representing categorical propositions and testing the validity of categorical syllogisms.

**Who is Mr Venn?**

John Venn, (born August 4, 1834, Kingston upon Hull, England—died April 4, 1923, Cambridge), English logician and philosopher best known as the inventor of diagrams—known as Venn diagrams—for representing categorical propositions and testing the validity of categorical syllogisms.