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# A coffee shop sold 35 cups of coffee. Of these, 15

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A coffee shop sold 35 cups of coffee. Of these, 15 contained sugar and 12 contained milk. If 13 cups contained neither milk nor sugar, how many cups contained both sugar and milk?
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A coffee shop sold 35 cups of coffee. Of these, 15 contained sugar and 12 contained milk. If 13 cups contained neither milk nor sugar, how many cups contained both sugar and milk?

35-12=22
22-27=-5
5
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