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# In a certain garden, there are only two types of flowers, Roses, and

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64% (01:23) correct 36% (00:50) wrong based on 22 sessions

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In a certain garden, there are only two types of flowers, Roses, and Lilies. Of the 90 women, surveyed, how many like neither roses nor lilies?

60% women like at least one type of flower in the garden
40% women like exactly one type of flower in the garden

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