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Euler's circles

/ (ˈɔɪləz) /
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pl n
logic a diagram in which the terms of categorial statements are represented by circles whose inclusion in one another represents the inclusion of the extensions of the terms in one anotherCompare Venn diagram
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Word Origin for Euler's circles

named after Leonhard Euler
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