Math Question

11. Suppose the universal set contains the natural
numbers that are no more than 20 . Sets \( A \) and \( B \)
are formed from the universal set such that set \( A \) is
the perfect squares from the universal set and
Set \( B \) is the odd numbers from the universal set.
Represent the elements of these sets by labeling
the Venn diagram to the right.
Directions: Use the Venn diagram in #11 above to define each set.
12. \( A^{\prime} \)
13. \( B^{\prime} \)
14. \( A \cap B \)
15. \( A \cup B \)



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