Bunuel wrote:

At a certain party attended by 32 people, 24 of them were students. If 12 of those in attendance were women, and if 6 of the women in attendance were students, then how many of the men who attended the party were NOT students?

(A) 2

(B) 4

(C) 8

(D) 12

(E) 18

Given Data:P(Total) = 32

P(Students) = 24

P(Women) = 12

P(Women/Students) = 6

We can deduce the following information

P(Men) = P(Total) - P(Women) = 32-12 = 20

P(Men/Students) = P(Students) - P(Women/Students) = 24-6 = 18

P(Men/Non-Students) = P(Men) - P(Men/Students) = 20-18 = 2

Therefore, the total number of men who are not students is 2

(Option A)
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