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In a certain kindergarten, every child has got either a dog or a cat

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In a certain kindergarten, every child has got either a dog or a cat or both. 18 children have got dogs only and 6 children have got both dogs and cats. If there are 30 children in the kindergarten, how many of them have cats?

A. 6
B. 12
C. 14
D. 16
E. 20


A : Only Cats
B : Both Cats and Dogs
C : Only Dogs

As per question, A + B + C =30
C = 18
B = 6, so A = 6. Hence, A + b = 12. Answer is B
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New post 02 Oct 2016, 07:14
Total = 30
Dogs only = 18
Cats and Dogs = 6
Cats Only = 30 - 18 - 6 = 6

Total number of children who have cats = 6 + 6 = 12

Answer: B
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Bunuel wrote:
In a certain kindergarten, every child has got either a dog or a cat or both. 18 children have got dogs only and 6 children have got both dogs and cats. If there are 30 children in the kindergarten, how many of them have cats?

A. 6
B. 12
C. 14
D. 16
E. 20


Hi abhimahna and vyshak,
You don't have to even go to SECOND step for answer..

All have either of two or both..
Total 30..
Only dogs 18, so remaining have cats 30-18=12
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Bunuel wrote:
In a certain kindergarten, every child has got either a dog or a cat or both. 18 children have got dogs only and 6 children have got both dogs and cats. If there are 30 children in the kindergarten, how many of them have cats?

A. 6
B. 12
C. 14
D. 16
E. 20


We can use the equation:

Total = Dogs only + Cats only + Both + Neither

30 = 18 + c + 6 + 0

30 = 24 + c

6 = c

Since 6 children have cats only and another 6 children have both cats and dogs, 12 children have cats.

Answer: B
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