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In a class of 120 students, how many passed in only one subject?

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Bunuel wrote:
In a class of 120 students, how many passed in only one subject?

(1) 70 students have passed in English.
(2) 80 students have passed in Mathematics.


stat1: no info abt total number of subjects..not suf

stat2 : same as 1,,,not suff

combined,,not suff,,ans E
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Bunuel wrote:
In a class of 120 students, how many passed in only one subject?

(1) 70 students have passed in English.
(2) 80 students have passed in Mathematics.



no info on those who failed(neither)

thus both statements are insuff

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