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French , Spanish or Both [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2012, 08:38
350 students at High School High are currently enrolled in French, Spanish, or both French and Spanish. 230 students are currently enrolled in Spanish.

In the table, identify the number of students currently enrolled in French and the number of students currently enrolled in both French and Spanish. The two numbers must be consistent with each other and with the constraints above. Make exactly one choice in each column. (the given options are for column 3)

French French and Spanish Number
_ _ 140
_ _ 180
_ _ 200
_ _ 220
_ _ 260
_ _ 280


1) French
2) French & Spanish
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IMO it's 260 for french students and 140 for taking both classes.
No. taking french only = 350-230 = 120
No. of french students= 120 + No. taking both
In the numbers given only 260 = 120 + 140 can suffice the equation.
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Re: French , Spanish or Both [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2012, 23:29
Difference should be 120 (350-230) with French alone students being more in number than students taking both. Whichever options suit.
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