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In the figure above, circular region A represents the set of all numbers of the form 2m, circular region B represents the set of all numbers of the form n^2, and circular region C represents the set of all numbers of the form 10 ^k, where m, n, and k are positive integers. Which of the following numbers belongs in the set represented by the shaded region?

Never Mind: It's in the top middle- the shaded region.

A) 2
B) 4
C) 10
D) 25
e) 100
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2003, 22:22
100 is a member of all the cirles, but what the shaded region is?
a picture would be helpful here.
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there is no other choices, except E.
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100 [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2003, 10:20
This is not a Venn question, but a arithematic question.
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