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At a given school, the number of students enrolled in neither an accounting nor a finance course is how much greater than the number of students enrolled in both?

(1) There are 250 students enrolled in an accounting course.
(2) There are 280 students enrolled in a finance course.

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At a given school, the number of students enrolled in neither an accounting nor a finance course is how much greater than the number of students enrolled in both?

(1) There are 250 students enrolled in an accounting course.
(2) There are 280 students enrolled in a finance course.



Let a = accounting only, b = finance only, c = both and d = none

By (1) a+b = 250, Answer not possible. as we need value of b and d

By (2) b+c = 280, Answer not possible. as we need value of b and d

Combining (1) and (2)
a+b = 250
b+c = 280
Still value of b and d cannot be obtained.

So answer is E.



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