Question 40918: Venn Diagram
THe staff at a day care observed 64 students eating habits during several lunches. They observed that 59 children ate green beans, 56 ate cauliflower, 60 ate broccoli, 55 ate green beans and cauliflower, 54 ate cauliflower and broccoli, 56 ate green beans and broccoli, and 53 ate all three. 1. How many children did not eat any of these three types of vegetables? (2). How many children are green beans but not cauliflower? (3). How many children did not eat broccoli? (4). How many children ate only cauliflower? (5). And how many children ate exactly two types of vegetables? Answer by fractalier(2101) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Well I cannot show the whole diagram here but make yourself three linked circles...each representing a vegetable eaten...you want to fill in the data from the center on out...so put 53 in the very center where all three circles overlap, and then fill in the other areas from the data given...
You will find your answers this way...