Question 143320This question is from textbook Survey of Math w/ Apllications
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11. (10 pts) A survey of residents in a small town showed the following:
29 ate beef 13 ate both beef and fish 6 ate all types
26 ate fish 11 ate both fish and poultry 7 ate none of them
25 ate poultry 18 ate both beef and poultry
Draw a Venn diagram. Label your diagram clearly. Use your diagram to answer the following questions:
(a) How many ate fish, but not poultry or beef?
(b) How many ate poultry and fish, but not beef?
(c) How many ate only beef?
(d) How many ate nothing or only poultry?
This question is from textbook Survey of Math w/ Apllications
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Draw three intersecting circles inside a rectangle.
label the three circles: beef, fish, pountry
put in numbers working from the inside outward
The inner most number is 6.
Describing the others is too laborious so I'll just
list the answers I got: