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65% of children in a sports club play football, 10% play

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65% of children in a sports club play football, 10% play volleyball and 75 % play baseketball. What is the smallest % of children playing all the three games?

A 15
B 16
C 22
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E None of the above

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MA wrote:
10%=<>0%


I dint get the question.....What is it?

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gmat2me2 wrote:
MA wrote:
10%=<>0%


I dint get the question.....What is it?


(E) the answer is none of the above. the smallest % of children playing all the three games cannot be more than 10% but the answer choices, all, arr more than 10%.

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E) but i think the smallest would be 1% and the biggest 10%

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E.

Smallest is 0
Greatest is 10
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gmat2me2 wrote:
MA wrote:
10%=<>0%


I dint get the question.....What is it?


(E) the answer is none of the above. the smallest % of children playing all the three games cannot be more than 10% but the answer choices, all, arr more than 10%.


OK then agree with E

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New post 04 Apr 2005, 09:16
Agree with mckenna.
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