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22. The town rules in Kid-Town require each house to have at least a ping-pong table or a soccer-table. If there are 50 houses in Kid-Town, how many houses carry both types of tables?

(1) The number of houses that have a ping-pong table only is 20.

(2) The number of houses that have a soccer table is 40.

Guys have a look at first statement carefully. It says Ping pong 'only' I will post the answer later which I am not convinced of- that might be wrong.
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I was surprised everyone picked C. It seems to me that this is an impossible question. If 20 have "only" ping-pong tables and 40 soccer tables, this means that, with no overlapping, the population will be at least 60 houses. Even with 60 houses, there will be no houses having both tables _________________

I choose E.
We know that there are exactly 20 ping pong tables alone, maybe more including double equipment.
So that there are at least and no more than 30 soccer tables, 40 in the stem...

Hi all
Here is the answer. can soemone explain this to me or this question is incorrect.

The best answer is E.
Pay attention to the statements, (1) gives you the exact number of houses who have a ping-pong table only as opposed to the other statement, which tells you that 40 houses have a soccer-table.
There are two possible answers to the question: there are (40 + 20 â€“ 50 = 10) houses with both tables in them or there are 20 houses (the size of the small group).
The answer is not distinct and therefore more sufficient data is required.

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