As an AI language model, I cannot draw diagrams or images. However, I can explain how to draw a Venn Diagram for NOT (A and NOT B).
To create this diagram, we start by drawing two overlapping circles, one representing set A and the other representing set B. We then shade in all the region inside circle A that is outside of circle B. This represents NOT B or the complement of B.
Next, we draw a diagonal line through the intersection of the two circles. This divides the region outside of A into two parts: one that is common to A and NOT B and another that is not part of A.
Finally, we shade in the region outside of both A and NOT B. This shaded area represents the set NOT (A and NOT B).
The resulting Venn Diagram looks like a rectangle with a small area shaded in the upper left corner, representing the set NOT (A and NOT B).
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