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In a certain school of dolphins, 20 dolphins eat neither

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In a certain school of dolphins, 20 dolphins eat neither [#permalink] New post 30 Jan 2014, 01:00
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In a certain school of dolphins, 20 dolphins eat neither sardines nor tuna. 50 of the dolphins do not eat tuna, and 60 eat sardines. Which of the following statements regarding the school of dolphins is possible?

A. 10 dolphins do not eat sardines.
B. 20 dolphins eat both sardines and tuna.
C. 40 of the school dolphins that do not eat tuna, eat sardines.
D. There are 70 dolphins in the school.
E. 30 of the dolphins eat tuna.

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Re: In a certain school of dolphins, 20 dolphins eat neither [#permalink] New post 30 Jan 2014, 01:23
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In a certain school of dolphins, 20 dolphins eat neither sardines nor tuna. 50 of the dolphins do not eat tuna, and 60 eat sardines. Which of the following statements regarding the school of dolphins is possible?

A. 10 dolphins do not eat sardines.
B. 20 dolphins eat both sardines and tuna.
C. 40 of the school dolphins that do not eat tuna, eat sardines.
D. There are 70 dolphins in the school.
E. 30 of the dolphins eat tuna.

PS: Do not attempt the question if you are planning to take Economist Gmat Tutor free Simulation test.


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As you can see only E is possible: if there are 0 dolphins who eat tuna but do not eat sardines, then 30 of the dolphins eat tuna (first row).

Answer: E.
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