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In a hiring procedure, applicants should be recommended by three interviewers. Of 30 applicants, 15 applicants were recommended by the first interviewer. 17 applicants were recommended by the second interviewer. 20 applicants were recommended by the third interviewer. What is the possible least number of the applicants recommended by all of the three interviewers?

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In a hiring procedure, applicants should be recommended by three interviewers. Of 30 applicants, 15 applicants were recommended by the first interviewer. 17 applicants were recommended by the second interviewer. 20 applicants were recommended by the third interviewer. What is the possible least number of the applicants recommended by all of the three interviewers?

A. 0
B. 2
C. 4
D. 5
E. 10


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In a hiring procedure, applicants should be recommended by three interviewers. Of 30 applicants, 15 applicants were recommended by the first interviewer. 17 applicants were recommended by the second interviewer. 20 applicants were recommended by the third interviewer. What is the possible least number of the applicants recommended by all of the three interviewers?

A. 0
B. 2
C. 4
D. 5
E. 10

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->The above picture is possible. 20 applicant by the third interviewer avoid intersection and can be divided by each 10 for the first interviewer and the other 10 for the second interviewer respectively. Hence, 3 intersections is at least 0, which makes A the answer.
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