### 3.2 Statements & Negations

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• Math Help

When you draw a set diagram and set A is inside set B, you are saying that "All A are B."

The diagram, however, does not necessarily imply that there are some members of B who are not members of A. If you want to make that point, you should annotate or label your diagram to make that clear.

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• Checkpoint Solution

Here is one way to draw a set diagram showing this information.

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``` __   _      ___     __   _    _    _     _  _
| || | ||   / _ \\  | || | || | || | ||  | \| ||
| '--' ||  | / \ || | '--' || | || | ||  |  ' ||
| .--. ||  | \_/ || | .--. || | \\_/ ||  | .  ||
|_|| |_||   \___//  |_|| |_||  \____//   |_|\_||
`-`  `-`    `---`   `-`  `-`    `---`    `-` -`

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Is it that they haven't lasted, or are those fortunes just operating under other names?
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