On the Subject of Boolean Venn Diagrams
Why is there a big Venn diagram? Why are there some weird symbols? Oh no...
 This module has eight buttons, one for each enclosed section of the Venn diagram and one representing the area not enclosed in any section of the diagram.
 The three circles are referred to as "A" (top), "B" (bottom left), and "C" (bottom right).

For each section, use the boolean logic expression displayed above the Venn diagram to determine if that section is "true" or "false" by using the following rules:
 If the section is enclosed in a circle, then the value for that variable is considered to be "true". Otherwise, it is "false".
Example: The middle section is enclosed in all three circles, so "A", "B", and "C" should all be considered to be "true" while evaluating that section.  Evaluate the operator inside the parentheses before the one outside of the parentheses.
 Images describing each operator can be found below (gray regions represent "true").
 If the section evaluates to "true", press the button that corresponds with it. The section will turn green.
 If the section is enclosed in a circle, then the value for that variable is considered to be "true". Otherwise, it is "false".
 Solve the module by pressing the buttons corresponding to all of the "true" sections.
 Note: if an incorrect button is pressed, a strike will be issued and the section will turn red.
X ∧ Y AND 
X ∨ Y OR 
X ⊻ Y XOR 
X → Y IMPLIES 
X  Y NAND 
X ↓ Y NOR 
X
Y XNOR 
X ← Y IMPLIED BY 