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In the figure above, circles I, II and III intersect, forming seven regions labelled A through G, as shown. Which of the following sets contains all the labelled regions in circle II?

(A) {B, C, E, F}
(B) {C, E, F, G}
(C) {D, E, F, G}
(D) {B, C}
(E) {C, F}


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In the figure above, circles I, II and III intersect, forming seven regions labelled A through G, as shown. Which of the following sets contains all the labelled regions in circle II?

(A) {B, C, E, F}
(B) {C, E, F, G}
(C) {D, E, F, G}
(D) {B, C}
(E) {C, F}


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This question is either very tricky or very straightforward.

If the latter, the set containing all the labelled regions in Circle II is
{B, C, E, F}

Answer A

B) has members of II and III but not all of either
C) is all the labeled regions in circle III
D) misses 2 of 4 regions in II
E) misses the other 2 of 4 regions in II

ANSWER A
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